The Genealogy Blog Party: Shape Up Your Research!
Fit is not a destination. It is a way of life. ~Unknown
New Year, New You!
Get your running shoes on, people! A new year is here, and it’s time to get in shape!
And by that, I don’t mean you personally; I mean your genealogy research.
So, this month, let’s make some genealogy fitness training #goalz. Get your research up off the couch, kick it in the butt, and get things moving!
FEEL THE BURN!
How are you going to “shape up” your genealogy research this year?
Possibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Take a class
- Attend a seminar or conference
- Try a new software program
- Read a book
- Learn about DNA
- Apply for certification
- Join a genealogical society
- Join a lineage society
- Take a research trip
- Start a blog or vlog
Basically, anything that will help “shape up” your genealogy research.
Remember, no pain, no gain! 😉
📌 Posts are moderated and must be relevant to the topic(s). Off-topic posts will not be added to the collection.
📌 Each post must include at least one image. You are welcome to use the Blog Party ad image above if your post does not have a photo.
📌 Previously published posts are acceptable, as long as they are relevant to the topic.
📌 Please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for more information.
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Genealogist, Writer, Web Developer, Educator
Elizabeth O'Neal is passionate about helping others discover, preserve and share their family stories. She hopes her only descendant will someday develop an interest in her ancestry.