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Geneabloggers Do Over Week 4

August 4, 2015

Screenshot_2015-07-05-00-48-17~2-1I have decided to participate in The Genealogy Do-Over, organised by  Thomas McEntee of Geneabloggers, This 12 week project has come along at exactly the right time for me. I have been thinking of how messy and disorganised my research materials and results have become, mainly due to the spasmodic and casual way I have approached my family history in recent years. It’s been doing my head in trying to decide where to start.

Managing Research Tasks and tracking searches are the topics for Week 4. We are told that some researchers may consider these topics to be non-essential, and if so, to continue on with working on week 3 topics.

For me, these topics don’t really seem relevant at this time,so I’m going to be one of those that skip them. I’m a bit snowed under with Do Over tasks at the moment, but will definitely  come back to this week’s topics a bit later, probably when the do-over has been completed

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