How She Does It - Secrets from the Geneamommybloggers and One Geneadaddyblogger

Ever wanted to know how those well known geneamommybloggers do it? You have landed on the right page. Here you can read the whole shebang, all of the posts in the series.

Introduction by Scrappy Gen
Caroline Pointer - never say "I Can't"
Jennifer Holik-Urban - "it is supposed to be fun"
Kerry Scott - "it is possible to be in charge of your own life"
Amy Coffin - "school hours are sacred"
Marian Pierre-Louis - "shift gears and reevaluate"
Elizabeth O'Neal -  "savor each moment"
Philip Trauring - "with help from my wife obviously"
Stephanie Fishman - "put your big rocks in the jar first"

Want to be part of the conversation? 

Nancy Shively wanted to chime in and did so in her entry The Post I Didn't Intend to Write Today on her blog Family Tree Firsts over at the Family Tree Magazine website. She offers us (meaning parents, with kids at home, who are trying to start or maintain careers in genealogy) supportive and practical advice. Thank you Nancy!

Greta Koehl of Greta's Genealogy Blog has "survived the super-intense earlier phases of raising children" and knows that "messy accumulation of clutter...gobbled up a lot of time". Read her advice in Clean Your Way to a Better Life

You can tell us what you think too; 

  • Leave a comment below or on your favorite posts.
  • Join the new Geneamommybloggers' group on Facebook and start talking.
  • If you have a lot to say, consider writing your own post and linking to the series. Then send me the link and I will include it on this page: jshoer [at] jenalygen [dot] com. 

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