Downsizing In A Pandemic

Recently I decided I needed to do some spring cleaning. A few weeks ago, I was spring cleaning my computer, but why not continue in my home? There are all … Continue Reading →

When I Die Important Documents

You know the old saying; You can’t avoid death or taxes. This isn’t a topic that many of us want to talk about but when I heard this idea I thought, “I’m going to do that.” Continue Reading →

Preserve Your Photos and Genealogy Legacy

GIVEAWAY: Win a 10GB FOREVER Storage Account and preserve your photo, videos and documents for generations. Continue Reading →

Spring Cleaning Your Genealogy & Computer

This past Saturday, was the first day of spring, and it reminded me of when I was a kid and the family had a cabin at Lac La Nonne. My … Continue Reading →

Heirlooms FOREVER

This project started with a conversation with my son. I was telling him that when I passed away that he and his brother better not just put the things I have in my glass cabinet in a yard sale or take them to the thrift store or heaven forbid… the dump. I told him that many of the things in the cabinet are family heirlooms that have been passed down.

He made a good point as sometimes son’s do. He asked me how he would know that?

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Goodbye 2020

Tonight we say goodbye to 2020 and HELLO 2021.
I’m committing to getting my digital legacy under control in 2021, and I know that might be your plan as well. But it’s just a wish if you don’t have a plan. Continue Reading →

2021 – A Brand New Year

How many years have you made resolutions, and then three weeks into the year, they are long forgotten? I’ve done it a few times, that’s for sure. So this year, I’m not making resolutions; I’m making a plan. Continue Reading →

The Monochrome Project

You know me, I’m always trying to get my “Poop In A Group” well, at least my photos.. and my genealogy life. Continue Reading →

I’m Getting My Poop In A Group This September

Join me for the third year of “I’m Getting My Poop In A Group” and saving my photos. Continue Reading →

Preservation Week

(if you’re looking for my beautiful tree it’s at the bottom of this post) According to the American Library Association, April 26 to May 2, 2020, is Preservation Week. As … Continue Reading →