Tips for telling your life story

Here’s another place you can visit if you hit a hurdle, need some extra inspiration to get started, or you’re looking for ideas on how to keep the momentum going.

If you’re not used to writing, or you’re worried about spelling and grammar, we hope these blogs will reassure you that this doesn’t have to be a barrier. You’ve got this!

You’ve written your life story, now what?

Congratulations on writing your story! No doubt it’s been a big job, but hopefully one that you’ve enjoyed doing.

Letters from the past

Letters are incredibly valuable for historians, researchers, and individuals who are interested in learning more about their own family history.

Survey results

We’ve collated the results of our recent survey..

The visual family treasures that colour your memoir

The old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Taking care of the details

Don’t let fear of spelling or grammar mistakes hold you back from writing your story.

What to expect when writing your life story

Your story is a taonga for future generations, but writing is no easy feat.