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If you’ve read my blog for awhile, you probably know that I love RootsTech. I’ve written about it here. Plus, you can probably guess, since I’ve branded myself as Genealogy Jen, that attending the world’s largest genealogy conference is the…read more
My friend is a stay-at-home mom. She spends her time volunteering at her children’s schools, and matching endless pairs of socks. She has a law degree from Duke. Another friend is a tattoo-covered recovering addict with a rap sheet, seasonally employed as landscaper. He’s a genius.
What happens when you don’t live up to your potential? More importantly, how…read more
90 year old grandmother shares wisdom about how to live life without regretread more
Settings vary slightly. Bare feet anchored to the mat, I twist my body to mimic the the Yogi’s form and align chakras. Re-positioning feet on the sailboat. Greek air rumbles past my ears like the soothing rhythm of a box fan. No matter where I am, I am usuallyread more
I’ve been absent from my blog for several months now. Here’s why.read more
Sometimes, you need something sweet and refreshing to calm your soul. Try this sweet spearmint iced tea inspired by Micheal Twitty’s new book The Cooking Generead more
Announcing the winners of the Repurposed Genealogy 2nd Blogiversary Giveawayread more
Finding the right gift for a guy graduate can be tricky. Here’s what I am giving this year that might work for you. I’ve included a free printable letter to go with the gift as well.read more
Growing up as a child with divorced parents, I looked forward to the day that I would be able to have the kind of family vacation I always wanted. More than spending a lot of money, or traveling to an exotic location, I wanted to experience a vacation with a mom and dad that loved each other. I wanted to feelread more
Jacob is thirteen months old. He has dimples that appear when he chases his older brothers down the hallway, toddling to catch them without losing his balance. He's so determined. And though none of us have red hair, he does. The woman at Albertson's grocery store...read more