Built to last generations, a Home History Book™ archival journal is a sturdy, heirloom-quality book that is meant to stay with the home so that its owners -- both present and future -- will know and be able to share its story. Photos, documents, repairs, renovations, stories and guests -- all have a place within its pages. A wonderful way to chronicle your own home history or a perfect closing gift, home-staging tool or housewarming present for every homeowner.
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- What good is family history if you don't share it? http://ow.ly/MNyQ309xApR #heirloomregistry #homehistorybookDon Carpenter and Janet Hovorka shared their “plan of attack” to make sure the never-ending piles of papers and boxes stacked away in the attic...Preserve, digitize and share, but don't hoard family history, experts...
- (VIDEO) These 5 historical (or somewhat famous) homes are available for rent: http://ow.ly/5oVR309xAed #homehistoryAnd they won't strain your wallet.5 Famous Homes Every History Nerd Should Rent
- 8 tips for home 'un-furnishing': http://ow.ly/eQjq309xzKL #familyheirlooms #estateplanning #heirloomregistryNext Avenue columnist Richard Eisenberg has advice for boomers desperate to unload family heirlooms.Column: Need to unload family heirlooms? Prepare for disappointment
- Here's how to keep your information off this 'creepy' site: http://ow.ly/dEzg308oMkz #FamilyHistoryFamilyTreeNow.com shares personal information publicly for free. Should you be scared for your privacy?FamilyTreeNow: Should You Opt Out? | Reader's Digest