Helping Two Sisters Connect

There are many things that I love about my job, but this has to be one of the best experiences I’ve had in a long time. Last year, I started … Continue Reading →

Photo Magic

If you’d like to learn more about photo restoration, you can learn more HERE. In this case, the photo was just restored, but if you want to have your photo … Continue Reading →

The Greatest Gift of All

Christmas 1968, my two brothers and two cousins. Enhanced with MyHeritage One of my Christmas memories is of my brother Ted sitting for a couple of hours and looking at … Continue Reading →

Do You Have A Winter Project?

I can attest that I often have many genealogy-related projects on the go. There are people in the house that might say I have too many. lol One of the … Continue Reading →

What’s The Date On That Mystery Photo?

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog called, Three Things You Can Do With Mystery Family Photos? But what about when you’re dealing with a mystery photo, and you … Continue Reading →

MyHeritage’s App – Reimagine

A few weeks ago, I received an announcement from MyHeritage about their newest app that helps you scan photos at home or on the go. It’s called Reimagine. This week … Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Sharing Your Genealogy In A New Way – Part Two

If you’d like to read Part One, you can find it HERE. I’m a FOREVER Senior Ambassador and would love to help you with your project. When I first started … Continue Reading →

January 28th 2023 Is Data Privacy Day

Tomorrow is Data Privacy Day, and I thought I’d pass along three tips for keeping your data private. I follow these rules myself, and I am also protective of my … Continue Reading →