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Storychest evolved as a way of solving a problem that I faced, and that I figured other people must face as well
The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of this year will mark the Centenary of Armistice Day, one hundred years since the First World War ended. In commemoration, much is written in history books about the war, providing explanations and reminders of how this life-changing event affected the whole world:…
Photography was once a formal and scheduled affair showcasing posed, sombre faces and deemed to be expensive given the camera, film and developing costs. Nevertheless, people still took whatever opportunity they could to take a picture, driven by the desire to capture a moment. Today, when taking a snapshot is now as simple as taking…
Is your summer holiday already a distant memory? Are the tons of unsorted photos on your smart phone the sole souvenir of your family break? Experts suggest many of us now suffer from “digital amnesia”, in other words, we rely on technology to capture the moment, which then actually reduces the chances of us properly…
Charlotte McMillan shares a personal story from one of her most precious memories – her Wedding day.
The things that kids get up to. Charlotte shares a family tale about her son, whilst the family were holidaying with grandparents.
Charlotte shares childhood memories of long summers, growing up in Australia, as part of our #ASummerToRemember campaign.
Meet the Founder of Storychest, Charlotte McMillan tells us what is Storychest and shares her journey as to how it came together.