A story is usually only as good as the questions being asked. Here are some of the questions you'll find as you swipe along in Audiobiography. And keep in mind, you can add as many of your own questions as you'd like.
How old are you now? When and where were you born? Tell us about the place of your birth and anything noteworthy about your birth.
What’s your name? What’s the history of your name? Do you like your name and do you go by it? Any nicknames? If so, who called you by those?
Where are your parents from? Where did they grow up? Have you been there? Were you raised by someone other than your natural parents?
How did your parents meet? What brought them to the place you were born? What did they do for work? What did their typical day look like? What were they like? What were they interested in? What did you like to do with them? Were both your mom and dad around growing up? Which of your parents are you most like?
Do you have siblings? How many? Where do you fit? What are their names? Who are you closest with? Do you get along? Has your relationship changed over the years? What do you remember most about each of them?
Where did you grow up? What was your home like? What was your bedroom like? What was your yard like? What was your town or city like?
How would you describe yourself as a child? How would others describe you?
What is the first thing you remember? What are your earliest memories as a child?
What did a typical day look like? Did you have chores or other work? Where did you spend your time? What were your favorite things to do and places to go? How would you describe your perfect day as a child?
What was your family’s financial situation growing up? How did it affect your day-to-day, or long-term perspective? What did you do to earn spending money and how much did you earn?
Who were your friends as a child? How did you meet? Are you still in touch? Who is the first friend you remember?
How did you and your friends spend time together? What good times, trouble, pranks, stories, or memories do you have?
Did you have pets growing up? How many and what were they? What were their names? Were you close with any of them? How about pets later in life?
Did you ever get lost or run away from home? How did it happen? How did you feel? How were you found?
What were holidays like in your home growing up? Did your family have holiday traditions? Were there holidays you looked forward to most?
Where did you go to elementary, intermediate or jr. high, and high school? What was it like to be in class, at lunch, in the hallways, at recess? How big was your school? What do you remember about your classmates? Who were some of them, specifically?
What were your favorite subjects? What were you naturally good at? Did you have any teachers that meant a lot to you or that you remember specifically? How were your grades? How was your social life? Did you participate in sports, clubs, or other extracurriculars? What do you remember, good and bad, about school?
As a child, what was your favorite meal, cartoon, show, free time activity, toy, hobby, holiday, season, color, book, movie, song, game?
What did you want to be when you grew up? Were there any people or events that inspired this? Did you do it? Why or why not?
What were you afraid of as a child? What worried or concerned you? Why? Do those fears still remain, or did they subside?
Who are your grandparents? Do you know their story? What memories did you create with them? What do you like most about them? How involved were they in your life? Are they still living?
And the list goes on...
and on and on. Our questions put you on memory lane and get the conversation flowing. Some people work alone, but it's wonderful to sit and have a conversation together, capturing it as you go.
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