Weekly Planner: Set Family History Goals

As we look towards 2009, let’s set some goals in our family history research. Whether your goal is to finally find great-grandpa in the 1900 census, to file that stack of papers, label those photographs, or master a new skill–make a list of things you’d like to accomplish this year. Put it on your desktop where you can review it regularly. Then take each item and set up a plan to make it happen. For example, you could set aside a certain amount of time each day to browse through the census for great-grandpa, even if it’s just ten minutes over that morning cup of coffee. Keep track of where you left off for the next day. File or label photos for fifteen minutes a day. Investigate webinars, classes, or publications that can help you further your research and grow your skills. Let’s make this a great year for your family history!

2 thoughts on “Weekly Planner: Set Family History Goals

  1. My plan is to make contact with many family members (relatives) to obtain more information and obtain more family pictures. As I make contact, I will invite them to our Family Tree. I also hope to be able to publish My Project when I obtain more information and pictures.

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