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A code to review StoryWorth was provided. All opinions are my own and are honest.

Sometimes the hardest part about this holiday season is finding the right gift for that special person. What makes it even harder is if the person already has everything. So, what does one get the person who has everything? Gift them something unique like StoryWorth.

StoryWorth is a unique and easy way to record personal history “one story at a time.” It is the perfect gift for that special someone who has everything. You know the storytelling grandparent or parent whose stories you wish were jotted down in a book to be passed on for the next generation to learn from and to see? It makes it easy for you to collect those stories via weekly emails that feature story prompts in the form of a question.

The StoryWorth Service costs $79 to join, and you get all of this below:

A full year of story prompts:
  • One year of weekly emails with unique questions about their life, such as “What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever seen?” or “Have you ever pulled a great prank?”
A private account on 
  • Privacy is StoryWorth’s number one priority for their users.
  • All of the stories are securely stored on the family’s private StoryWorth account, where they can be easily shared with additional family members, if desired.
A beautiful hardcover book:
  • After a year, StoryWorth’s team will create a beautifully bound hardcover book containing all the stories shared within the past year – making this a great gift and keepsake, which the family can cherish for generations. Imagine having your child’s first year recorded in a beautifully bound, hardcover book that you can revisit time and time again.

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StoryWorth founder Nick Baum created the concept as a way to persuade his naval officer father to share his stories. Now thousands around the globe are using it to preserve their family history, one story at a time.

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Kim is the do-it-all mom (and wife) who not only works full-time and is a freelance makeup artist, but also blogs about her love of family, travel, beauty and skincare. Now that she has a kindergartener, Kim has added Class Parent to her resume. These are all tough jobs, but somehow, she makes them look easy.

  • This sounds like a cool concept. I would definitely gift it to someone because I know I’d be too busy or lazy to answer the email prompts for my own book:).

  • Kirstin

    This is a fantastic idea. I think it’s great to get your family stories on record. This makes the perfect unique gift for someone that has everything.

  • This would be great for an elderly family member.

  • This is so awesome and I think that it will be a great legacy from parents to children.

  • Donna Shana

    Oh wow! This is pretty cute. Who would have ever thought! Love it!

  • I had never heard of this prior to reading your review. I agree, this would be a wonderful gift.

  • M Harmon Malone

    What a novel idea! No pun intended! 😀 This is a priceless gift for anyone in your family. You could give them for graduations, birthdays, and weddings. The options are endless. Thanks for sharing, Kim.

  • I love this, I wish my grandma had shared stories about the family. A lot of the money died with her. This is a gift that keeps giving.

  • Tiffani Denham

    Oh this is really nice. I have never heard of Storyworth before. My mother would LOVE this. Thanks for the idea!

  • Love this! My grandmother was working on a book before she passed and this would have helped her gather all of her thoughts.

  • This sounds really cool! I actually would love something like this. My mom has everything, but this wouldn’t work for her cause she doesn’t sit still long enough to record the darn story. LOL

  • I love this idea! I have older relatives that this would be perfect for!

  • Carissa

    I love the idea of this book! It would be fun to read about family like this! My father would be good at creating one of these…Im going to show this to him!