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Articles by Sarah Hughes

Dec 6, 2021

Sunday Times “How much is your life story worth?”

“How much is your life story worth?”, asked The Sunday Times recently. It’s a hot topic, as more people than ever are penning their memoirs with the help of companies including LifeBook, the world’s leading private memoir and autobiography service. The Sunday Times article explores why it has become such a phenomenon.

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Oct 27, 2021

South African Jewish Report: Roy’s ‘WHY’

Journalist Saul Kamionsky at the South African Jewish Report, spoke with our Johannesburg born LifeTime Memoirs founder Roy Moëd about his memories and business philosophies. Roy reveals how a gift a teacher made to a cute 7-year-old boy departing South Africa for a new beginning in Jersey was the opening chapter of a very eventful life.

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Oct 6, 2021

What Memories Are Made Of

You can’t insure your memory, but you can insure your memories by writing them down. Without memory, our lives would not exist as we know it. The workings of memory have fascinated scientists for thousands of years, but much is still shrouded in mystery. In this piece, we delve into what we do know to answer that age-old question: what is memory?

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Sep 22, 2021

Five 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 or a loved one are struggling with it, here are some great tips for tackling loneliness. 

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Jul 27, 2021

Why Telling Our Family Stories Is So Beneficial

While memories fade, stories can last forever. We all enjoy the telling of our family stories – important events, traditions, adventures and misadventures! Our family stories are powerful and even if we’ve heard the stories many times before, it seems to stir something within our souls. Why is this? We take a look at why our family stories are so beneficial to us.

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