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Everyone has a story to tell.

Write Your Story Day challenges you to tell your story in written form.

You may think, "There's nothing in my life to tell." You may be surprised. As the thoughts begin to flow in your mind, you may find the words flowing and filling the pages as you put pen to paper or fingers on the keyboard. Words have a way of triggering memories. They form a moment in time; before you know it, a story flows from your fingertips. Even if you never share your tale, trips down memory lane or recreating the moment when a spark of inspiration occurred are more intriguing than you know.

Today's stories fill blogs and inspire novels and entire television series.

As end-of-life doulas, we encourage caregivers to journal as a tool for self-care and capturing crucial moments when the person they are caring for may be at the end-of-life.

Please take 30 minutes today to write your story or help someone write their story.

Storytelling shares wisdom and educates the next generation. It is the essence of who you are and where you've been. But, more importantly, they are treasures to family and loved ones.

Use this day to write your story as a self-care day. Happy Writing!

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