New Year Resolutions & RootsTech

We are officially 5 days away from the start of 2019 and 61 days away from the largest genealogy conference in the world. Are you ready? I know I am but that’s because I have established a few genealogy resolutions for the year. Since I will be finished with both of my degrees by mid-April,... Continue Reading →


Tips and Tricks for Planning Your RootsTech Schedule

Did you know that we are only 105 days away from the world’s largest family history conference? I know it seems like a long time but believe me, RootsTech will be here before you know it. And since the schedule of sessions and speakers is now online, there is no time like the present to... Continue Reading →

RootsTech 2019 Pass Winner

I am excited to announce that after receiving 352 entries, I have a winner for the 4-day pass to RootsTech. As a reminder, the winner gets access to: • Over 300 classes • Keynote / General sessions • Expo Hall • Evening events However, the pass does NOT include any paid lunches or paid labs,... Continue Reading →

RootsTech 2019 Passes

As many of you know, registration for the world’s largest family history conference, RootsTech, opened last week. The conference takes place February 27 through March 02, 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Right now, individuals can register for the four-day conference for the early bird rate of $189. Which is a great deal for everything... Continue Reading →

2019 RootsTech Pass Giveaway

We are only 160 days away from the world's largest family history conference and I could not be more excited. As you may recall, I have the privilege of serving as an ambassador for RootsTech (If you don't know what RootsTech is you can learn more here) and one of the perks of being an... Continue Reading →

Day 1 of FGS 2018 Conference

Last week, I had the privilege of traveling just a couple hours north of my home to attend the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) Conference, On the Three Rivers: Past, Present, Future, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The conference which was sponsored by among companies such as, Ancestry, FamilySearch, MyHeritage, and the Allen County Library, was... Continue Reading →

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