Category Archives: Filofax, Journals & Notebooks

Filofax – Part Four

Back in January I wrote three posts about going back to my Filofax, You can read those posts  here – Part 1,  Part 2  Part 3 Well, six months later and I am still not completely happy with my structure … Continue reading

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Filofax – Part Three

In two earlier posts (HERE & HERE)  I explored my Filofax and how it worked for me. One of the comments that was left was that it seemed complicated. I then thought, Was it? I looked again at my structure … Continue reading

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Filofax – Part Two

All fired up and inspired I toddled off to WHSmiths and purchased a Day to a Page 2013 diary at the end of August. When it came home the diary inserts remained in the bag on my desk in the … Continue reading

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Filofax – Part One

In the back of my filofax was a post that I had written last August with the intention of sharing. I didn’t get around to it, so I decided to type it up with a few tweaks and share with … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – Index Cards

A recent thread via the Guild of One Name Studies mailing list resulted in my sharing a few comments and then an example of my index cards. When I started researching back in 1986, none of my records were computerised. … Continue reading

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Memorial Log

I recently commented on someones blog that writing helps us to grieve for our departed loved ones. In that post I mentioned a Memorial Log and I promised that I would explain a bit more about the log and what … Continue reading

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