|Photo of notepad in hotel room by Midge Frazel|
This week, I felt accomplished. From Monday to Friday, I completed the tasks that I assigned to myself, except for finishing reading the iPad 8.3 manual. I stepped out of my comfort zone for two items and I am proud of that.
I'm good at being organized and finishing items on a to-do list. Not everyone is. I understand that. I have learned to narrow down tasks to manageable or do-able goals. This was I am not so pressured to finish things. I can still be high energy and challenge that into my life.
I am looking forward to working with the research needed for the gravestones and to read and work with the books that I have bought. I put away the Scot-Do over under the summer is over.
I purchased a subscription to Find My Past because I think it will help me with my English ancestors. I have one line that went well but I have a few more that are only based on information in compiled genealogies.
Josh Taylor talk about compiled genealogies and using them effectively was one of my fav sessions at NERGC 2015. I own a lot of that type of resource and I am amazed how different they are.
Do you use compiled genealogies as a starting point?