Great Tips For Tackling Loneliness
Everyone experiences loneliness sometimes. But despite the world being more connected than ever, many of us find that loneliness becomes a long term part of our lives. Not only can it be unpleasant, but it can take a heavy toll on our health, especially for the elderly. If you are struggling, here are some great tips for tackling loneliness.
A Memoir – the Gift That Keeps on Giving
Here at LifeBook we often come across the reluctant author who has been gifted a project. However, once they see the immense value their finalised memoir brings to family and friends, they are happy they agreed to go ahead. John was one of them; his memoir is a joy to read for his son and granddaughter. She finds that he was born under a Mulberry bush really
The Perfect Lockdown Project Made Easy – Free Tablet Provided
Looking for something meaningful to do? Always wanted to write your memoirs? Since March 2020, we have a Covid-19 safe and simple process. To remove any technology challenges our budding authors might have, we are now providing free tablets that are pre-loaded and connected to the internet. It is time to tell your story.
A Unique and Personal Christmas Gift – a Memoir
How do you go about finding the perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones? A gift that is unique and special? The holidays are around the corner, and that means we are all making our lists, checking them twice, and racking our brains for gift ideas for those who managed to earn a coveted spot on the list of "nice."
Historically speaking, today’s Christmas festivities are luxurious
Many of our LifeBook authors grew up during the Second World War and, in their memoirs they describe the typical Christmas celebrations of the time. Even if many of us struggle with the restrictions Covid-19 imposes, today's Christmas festivities are, in comparison, a luxurious affair for most people.
Was Thanksgiving Always a Time for Sharing & Giving?
As with any traditional event, customs change over the years, and gifts are becoming popular at Thanksgiving. Customised and experience presents are particularly favoured as many people move away from material possessions. Perhaps, you want to express your gratitude to a loved one with a memoir this year.
Precious Memories of Multicultural Lives, New and Old
It is often said that Britain is a country built on immigration and it is certainly true that over the millennia, the country has seen the influx of people from around the world, all of whom have shaped British society.
How Can We Combat Loneliness in Older Adults?
With the world facing many more difficult months in its battle with Covid-19, the population of elderly people who live both inside and outside care homes will continue to be seriously affected by one of the most mentally debilitating scourges of modern life – loneliness.
Making Memories by Travelling – the History of Air Travel
In the past 70 years, the prevalence of affordable air travel has led to a seemingly smaller globe as people of all ages have the opportunity to travel. Retirees especially, who may have never been abroad until well into adulthood, are discovering the world and building memories.
VJ Day: Remembering Those Who Fought in the Pacific
While Europe had been fighting the Nazis on home territory, another limb of the war was being simultaneously fought many thousands of miles away in the Pacific. This conflict ended on 15th August 1945. This year we celebrate the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.