Announcing the winners of the Repurposed Genealogy 2nd Blogiversary Giveaway
It’s hard to wrap my mind around sometimes. I have more pictures of what I’ve eaten than most of my ancestors. Seriously. Maybe you’re not a foodie like I am, so you don’t hash tag foodporn pictures on Instagram. Or take pictures of artfully presented meals in restaurants. Or decadent meals you make to post on social media to show off what you were lucky enough to eat, so others are jealous.
If you’re not posting the food porn pictures like me, you probably have a glut of photos of something else. If you don’t believe me, scroll through your smart phone camera gallery, or social media feed. I’ll wait…
I call myself Genealogy Jen. Six years ago, as a mom of triplet toddlers and a newborn, life seemed too busy for family history work. Read about small things you can do, no matter how busy you are, to share family history with your children.
I had an amazing time at our family reunion last month.
One of the things I enjoy most about spending time with my extended family was all of the conversations and storytelling.
My family loves to talk and to tell stories.
As I chose the theme for our family reunion, I built it around our family stories. I believe that words are powerful. The words that we use to tell our personal narrative, and frame our family stories can uplift, and create better bonds and connections. They can also do the opposite…
Divorce affects families, but it also effects family photos. Read what you can do to save family photos during a divorce whether it’s your own, or that of someone you love.