What's legoflife all about then?

Imagine if your great grandparents had had the opportunity to record elements of their lives, leave you pictures and memories from their time on this planet. You as their descendant could look back and understand the lives they led, the heartaches they suffered, the joys they experienced, the people they loved, the animals they kept even the food that they ate! Now YOU can leave this legacy, in the form of a digital time capsule, that can only be opened by your future generations after you're gone!


Quite the opposite – It's your confidential bequeathed legacy

Legoflife gives you the chance to record your history for posterity, to leave a legacy of your own that descendants and family members can access and document. It can be kept confidential until you have passed and access bequeathed to next of kin or executor of your will. Alternatively, if you’ve got nothing to hide, and you’re comfortable with it, you can make it public as soon as you’ve populated your profile. Documents, photographs and videos can all be kept safe in your Vault. You can upload any kind of non-editable document that you would like to leave to your family. Perhaps you would like to write a letter to a relative or even to future generations or store something like medical records / DNA results.
It's never too early to create a Legoflife profile, indeed you can gift a profile for friends or family members. You can start one on behalf of a not so tech-savvy relative or friend, or even a deceased relative who you have a certain amount of stories and photos to make it a viable celebration of their life and indeed a historical record. Legoflife will be the start of a family legacy handed down through generations.

How does legoflife work?

Pay your one off registration fee (£10) and proceed to populate your leg of life - your profile and all of your memories/ posts are private, no one can access your profile.You can however at some point share any individual memory/post to social media if you wish. The next step is to designate executor(s) to your profile. (These individuals will be able to access your profile after your death)


Populate the CHAPTERS of your life chronologically (it auto populates in order from approximately the year you specify) and by SUBJECT type of story with photos, stories, videos and anecdotes etc.
Keep these chapters or posts private and archived or indeed each individual entry can be broadcast to social media if the user feels it is of interest and has no privacy issues.
Add new chapters or posts whenever a memory is jogged - automatically populating chronologically. If a memory is jogged Just HEADLINE your story save bookmark it and return to it later to archive or share via social media. Edit these posts at any point even after the story has been classed as archived.
Once you are up to date with your past or indeed at any time of building your LOL, continue your story from present day onward like a diary, but only recording moments, memorable, worthy episodes of your life which future generations would like to know about you.
Create a BUCKET LIST which you are trying or have achieved to experience – your descendants can see where you got with this and may well want to complete your journey.


Store any important documents that you would like to last eternally undamaged by time. Perhaps you would like to upload DNA test results, your Will or even leave letters or notes to people yet to be?


This PDF will be presented in a way that tells your chronological life story, complemented with pictures, and chapter details with each section. This can be sent to family and friends as a momentum of your life shared together, leaving behind an accurate portrayal of your own legacy throughout History.
Bequeath your LOL profile to an executor. Leaving instructions to either make it public or let that person decide who gets access to it, i.e. Family, friends, relatives or even fully public. To access your profile they will need the password you had already given them* *NB once they try to access the profile using the password provided the profile owner (you recently deceased) will be notified by text and email that someone has requested access. There will then be a 30 day period before the profile can be accessed. This is for security purposes, i.e. if you are not dead you can cancel the requested access and change password, (and possibly your executor!)

What are you waiting, start recording your now.