The Meaning Behind Preserve Your Words

I launched this website, Preserve Your Words, back in August of 2018 and it has dawned on me that I have never explained the meaning behind the name.

So, that is exactly what I am going to do in this blog post.

I graduated from college in June of 2018 and ever since I have been working on building up my freelance writing career and own personal brand. However, upon graduation, I came to the realization that for me personally, I wanted to go with a brand/company name that was different than my own.

I started thinking of some potential names (that were honestly so bad I won’t even bother listing them) but none of them felt quite right.

Then, one night when I was discussing potential names with my mom, the name Preserve Your Words came into existence.

I was trying to explain to my mom while simultaneously asking, what do I call something where I’m trying to preserve my own thoughts and ideas but also preserve the thoughts and ideas of other people?

“You’re preserving people’s words,” my mom said.

We both looked at each other and everything clicked.

Preserve Your Words.

It explains that not only is this blog, and my business, is a time capsule of my life but also other people’s lives as well.

So, that may seem like a whole lot of word jumble for anyone who is just stumbling across this blog. But what exactly is Preserve Your Words – what is my business and what services do I provide?

Preserve Your Words is a company that helps tell the stories of other people. I meet with clients who want to share their story, whether this be with other people, their family, or just for themselves to look back on, get to know them, and document their story in the written form.

If you are interested in preserving your words, or know someone who may be, or just want more information, please feel free to contact me for more information.



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