This Family of Ours: A Keepsake Journal

This Family of Ours: A Keepsake Journal

This Family of Ours: A Keepsake Journal

This Family of Ours: A Keepsake Journal

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Overview

Every family has their own unique story: record yours in this beautiful, easy-to-use, keepsake journal, which also makes a lovely gift—featuring gorgeous papercut designs throughout.

* This guided journal will inspire you to capture the stories and details of your family members and your life together through reflections, memories, history, and stories—a keepsake everyone will cherish. 
* Prompts include a mix of short-answer questions, lists, fill in the blanks, and places for simple sketches or photos to create a nuanced portrait.
* Contents: Topics include Family origins, Travel, Pets, Honorary Family, Home, Books, Movies, Songs, Milestones, Work, Education, Fun!, Dreams & Aspirations
* Gorgeous harcover keepsake features delicate, whimsical work from papercut artist Sarah Trumbauer throughout and on the cover
* Acid-free, smooth paper that is thick enough to stand the test of time but takes pen beautifully
* Grosgrain ribbon
* Removable barcode sticker 
* Measures 7-1/4 x 8-1/2 
* 144 pages

Product Details

UPC: 9781632173799
Manufacturer: Sasquatch Books
Publication date: 09/07/2021

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How to Use This Book
This book was designed for families of all kinds to record the facts, details, experiences, and plans of their commingled lives. Here are some tips for getting the most out of this journal: 


   1. Designate one person as the main recorder, but find a way for each family member to contribute. 
   2. Keep your journal somewhere accessible to the whole family for easy additions. 
   3. Tackle the group questions on a road trip or a family vacation, or when you have time to relax together: writing takes brain energy, especially writing that involves remembering and making choices!
   4. Skip questions for later if they are holding you up.
   5. Allow your family to take several passes at each section. You might find it helpful to jump around and answer just a few questions from each section in one sitting. 
   6. Use the “More to Know” pages after each section to write more, or to add your own prompts and family information. 
   7. Revisit and add to this journal at least once a year.

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