Story at Home Conference Ticket Giveaway

I have always had a passion for history. Through the years I have devoured biographies, historical fiction and everything in between. Nothing makes those books, that history more vivid though than a personal connection – a connection I’ve found through the stories recorded by my ancestors.

I am fortunate to have access to a wealth of personal history. It gives me a sense of perspective and has caused me to think about how I am recording my story. It’s a story that’s bigger than the Facebook updates, tweets and photos left on Instagram

I’ve been thinking a lot about this of late because I’ve been asked to participate as a speaker at the Story @ Home Conference – an event celebrating the story, family history and social media. I will be sharing tips and tricks for navigating the realm of social media in search of ancestral files and incredible stories with Emily and Steph. I can’t wait!

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Story @ Home will be held in conjunction with the RootsTech family history and technology conference in Salt Lake City March 21-23, 2013. If you’re ready to become better at storytelling this is an event you don’t want to miss.¬†Tickets for the event are still available for just $79.

And, guess what?! I have one Story @ Home ticket to giveaway!

Leave me a quick comment on this post telling me why you’d like to attend the conference to enter.

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Tauni is a former public relations executive who spent 12+ years handling communications and events for an array of clients, from the NBA and Olympics to numerous high ranking politicians. Today, she handles social media for a local agency and hosts SNAP!, an annual social media conference for bloggers focused on entertaining, craft and home DIY.


  1. ValJean Wright says:

    I LOVE Story at Home and try to attend when I can but, I can’t afford the Rootstech an Story At Home at the same time. The Story At Home was added after I had paid for Rootstech. I try to encourage everyone I can to write those family stories. They are much more interesting than a name and a date!

  2. I’d like to go because story telling is such an important thing to do. It would be fun to learn how to do it well, and to see all the new fun ideas for capturing family history and the like.

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