Category Archives: Organisation & Structure

Interview at Organize Your Family History

A few weeks ago I was approached by professional Organiser and family historian, Janine Adams who asked if she could interview me for the “How They Do It” column. I agreed, and the interview went live a few days ago … Continue reading

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Genealogy Blog Party – Organise and Prioritise

Taking part in the Genealogy Blog Party, hosted by Elizabeth at MyDescendantsAncestors.com. I have kept notebooks, journals and planners since I was 12 and I have written about them here where I explain how the obsession came to be. I … Continue reading

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The Surname series continues, with the August 2019 issue of the magazine focusing on Organising a study. I don’t have sufficient space to be able to do the organising topic justice, merely scratching the top of the iceberg, but to … Continue reading

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The Benefits & Thoughts of Keeping a Journal

Last week I wrote about Notebooks, Inbox & Workflow and I planned that the next post I would write about keeping a notebook etc would be the Travellers Notebooks system that I use for my brain-dump and inbox. I wrote about … Continue reading

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Notebooks, Inbox and Workflow Review

I am a prolific note taker. I love stationary and have a supply of unopened notebooks ready and waiting. I am also a creature of habit and fussy with my notebooks. I like to be able to write with the … Continue reading

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A-Z Challenge 2019 – R is for Reconstruction of Families

Not all members of the Guild of One-Name Studies reconstruct families as part of their study. The commitment when you join the Guild and register a surname is that the study will aim to be global and that you will … Continue reading

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A-Z Challenge 2019 – O is for Organisation

On every intake of  the Pharos Introduction to One-Name Studies course one of the questions that is always asked, earlier than it appears in the course is how to keep and organise a study. I have planned a series on that, giving … Continue reading

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