I was first introduced to the idea of S.L.I.G. (Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy) in 2017 at the NGS (National Genealogical Society) Family History Conference by my geneabuds Amy Urman and J. Paul Hawthorn. I put it on my list of places to attend in the future and just two short years later I had… Continue reading A Pressing My Way Adventure: SLIG 2019 | Part One (I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends)
Me personally, I only make it to the west coast once a year for RootsTech... Next year I'm hoping to make it twice and in later years possibly more (fingers crossed). Unfortunately, one of the events only held on the west coast that I have to miss is the Jamboree hosted by the Southern California… Continue reading I Wish I Could Get To “Every” Conference
The question of the day, "What's In the box?"
If you are as immersed in the genealogy world as I am, then I'm sure you have heard of Thomas MacEntee's book and amazing program the "Genealogy Do-Over"... If you haven't, its basically where you take all of your genealogy research and chuck it! (for lack of a better word) Starting your research over again… Continue reading Pressing My Way Joins Forces with the “DO-OVER”…
It was Day One of the NGS conference and I was so excited. I was completely ready for the day, I had my backpack packed and I even recall checking twice to make sure that I still had my badge on. I strategically planned to dawn my newest pair of family tree earrings along with my "Thompson, Bryant, Choates" family reunion… Continue reading #NGS2017GEN Official Day One!
The Plan: Attending the 2017 National Genealogy Society Conference for #NGS2017. Starting Point: Edgewood, Maryland... Destination: Raleigh, North Carolina.... So I had originally planned on starting my drive at 4am. That as you probably could have guessed did not happen, I was so excited about the trip that I just couldn't… Continue reading #NGS2017GEN MY Day One “TRAVELING”