Meet Sarah, she’s a Genealogist.

Sarah might not be a real person, but I know from the people I meet who are genealogists and friends, and friends that are clients, that these feelings are real. … Continue Reading →

Too Many Tabs Tuesday

(The tools and tabs listed here may not be new to you, but they are new to me, or I’ve forgotten them and found them again, lol.) This post and … Continue Reading →

The Day Tina Died

Sometimes it’s pretty astonishing how someone you’ve never met can impact your life. Yesterday, May 24, 2023, the world learned that the iconic singer; Tina Turner died at 81, and it felt so surreal because I’d just been thinking about her a couple of days ago and about a trip, I’d gone on with my mom. Continue Reading →

My Dad In The News

The other day on Facebook, I got a memory of my Dad and my dog Cali spending time together when I was helping him with a yard sale at the … Continue Reading →

The 1931 Canadian Census Is Coming

In case you haven’t heard, on June 1, 2023, Library and Archives Canada will be releasing the 1931 Canadian Census to the public. That’s just three short weeks away. This will be an exciting day for genealogists whose families lived in Canada. Continue Reading →

What’s Old & What’s New At Ancestry?

When I started writing this blog, I realized that “NEW” is relative. Meaning new could be as of today, or if you haven’t been to the Ancestry site for a … Continue Reading →

If You Stored Your Photos At Shutterfly, You Need To Read This

If you have not seen the linked video segment from “The Today Show” on April 21st about Shutterfly deleting peoples’ photos, please watch it now. (note you might have to … Continue Reading →

April 26, is “Get Organized Day”

Getting organized is something many of us think about, sometimes every day. For some, it might not be just “thinking about it.” Sometimes, those thoughts might be more nagging than … Continue Reading →

Does Your Genealogy Have A Future?

When was the last time you wondered what would happen to your genealogy in the future? I think about this quite regularly. I wonder whether I’ll get all my organizing done before I leave this earth, and I wonder if anyone will be interested in it. More importantly, I don’t want my family to handle it one garbage bag at a time. Continue Reading →

Old And New Tools At MyHeritage

In this week’s blog, I want to talk about some new tools at MyHeritage and some old tools, each of which can help you with your genealogy and DNA. Let’s … Continue Reading →