Even More Questions About Your Ancestors and Maybe A Few About You

It’s been over two years since we asked the first 20 questions about your ancestors. Which you can find HERE. Then in 2018, we asked 20 more questions and a … Continue Reading →

With All The Changes At AncestryDNA It’s A Wonder I Get Anything Done

I’m not complaining, but it’s true. With all the recent changes at AncestryDNA, it’s getting harder and harder not to be looking at DNA results when I should be doing … Continue Reading →

Genetic Affairs – Something New To Play With

Just like children, genetic genealogists are always on the lookout for a new toy (tool) to play with. I’m not saying that in a bad way. I count myself in the … Continue Reading →

MyHeritage Live & The DNA Angel Project – October Edition

The first ever MyHeritage Live will take place in Oslo, Norway, November 2-4, 2018 and I’m happy to say that I will be attending along with my husband; Kevin. If you’re … Continue Reading →

Two New Tools In Your AncestryDNA Arsenal

Anytime you get new tools for your DNA toolbox is a great day and this week was no exception. Earlier this week I noticed something on my AncestryDNA account that … Continue Reading →

20 More Questions About Your Ancestors and Maybe A Few About You

October is Family History Month and I thought we’d continue with 20 more questions about your ancestors and even a few about you. If you recall it was just over … Continue Reading →

Did Your Ethnicity Change at AncestryDNA? Mine Did!

A couple of weeks ago you may have noticed that there was a change in your AncestryDNA ethnicity. Or maybe you haven’t checked lately and it’s sitting there waiting for … Continue Reading →

There’s A New DNA Tool On The Web

(Link to AncestryDNA Canada) (Link to AncestryDNA USA) I belong to a Facebook group called; Genetic Genealogy Tips & Tricks with over 46,000 members and there are always interesting new … Continue Reading →

Why You Need To DNA Test Your Siblings

As you have gathered from my other posts I’m a huge advocate for testing other family member’s DNA. In fact, at the present time, I’m either the admin or collaborator … Continue Reading →