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 the many posts I hope to write will be dedicated to all the blogs and tools I’d like to keep for myself, but perhaps they would also be helpful to you. Some weeks, the list may be short, and some may be long. It’s my way of cleaning up all the tabs I open, thinking I will return, only to find myself with too many open tabs. At today’s writing, I have eleven (This is my lowest amount, but that’s because I just got home from a trip to Ontario), but I won’t write about them all as some are multiple tabs open on Ancestry and MyHeritage.
- I bought a book called Your Second Life Begins When You Realize You Only Have One. This is actually an audiobook, as I love listening to books while driving in the car. A number-one bestseller in France with over three million copies sold worldwide. I hadn’t seen it before, but it sounded interesting. It’s about a 38-year-old lady who gets help when she realizes that despite having a good life, she just doesn’t feel happy and the unique help she gets from a routinologist. Note that I also have a tab open to determine what a routinologist is. (Sorry, I’m not telling you will have to open a tab.)
- The Vital Statistics Site for Manitoba. Effective January 1, 2003, you can access Births more than 100 years ago
Marriages more than 80 years ago
Deaths more than 70 years ago
Sorry, that’s all I have today because, as I said, I’ve just arrived home. But I’m plenty behind, and I’m sure that many tabs will be open later today.
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