Take Action Journal Series: The Story of the Heritage Journal

MY INSPIRATION: This book was inspired by the death of my last maternal grandmother last year. I only inherited her silver and her vintage cookbook. While these things I cherish, I realized that while she told her life stories while she was living, I had no record of them in her death. Both of my dear grandmothers were awesome story tellers, and I wish I would have been able to record them all. I wrote this book as a way to capture my parents story for our son and for myself. I wrote this book to allow you to capture YOUR story and share it with those you love.

YOUR STORY: who will remember your story after you are gone if you don't leave it behind? the Heritage journal gives you the special opportunity to celebrate and share your legacy with those you love. filled with 50 unique prompts to make writing easy, this guided journal enables you to record your journey and experiences, and to gift that special person with your story...a gift that will last beyond your years because YOUR words make this book invaluable...

 Will you start your story today?

xo Nicole


  1. I had my grandparents write their history before they died. I have the sheets of paper tucked away. I love having not only the story in their words... even if they were very brief and to the point! (Gotta love those Presbyterians, they don't waste words!) ...But I love having it in their handwriting. I think we are losing the art of writing so I love that people like you are offering products that promote the art of the handwritten word!

  2. Hmmm...thanks so much for sharing Merit. I do so wish I had my grandparent's stories in writing. Therefore, I will leave mine, and inspire anyone else who wants to, to leave theirs...xo

  3. What an awesome idea. Grandparents are such important people in our lives. Wish I had their story in a journal. This journal is an awesome way to leave something behind for future generations. Cari Vass


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