Setting and Achieving Your Genealogy Goals in 2014

Setting and Achieving Your Genealogy Goals in 2014

You probably have a few genealogy tasks you'd like to accomplish in 2014—specific records to request, lines to trace, stuff to organize, photos and letters to scan, stories to share. Writing down these genealogy goals makes it a commitment. It's the first step to making them happen. Another step is...

You probably have a few genealogy tasks you’d like to accomplish in 2014—specific records to request, lines to trace, stuff to organize, photos and letters to scan, stories to share. Writing down these genealogy goals makes it a commitment. It’s the first step to making them happen.


Another step is gathering the knowledge you need to follow through. That’s where our Achieve Your 2014 Genealogy Goals Premium Collection can help with tools including our desktop calendar, How To Archive Family Keepsakes book, Time Management for Genealogists course and 2013 Family Tree Magazine Annual CD.

For inspiration as you spell out your 2014 genealogy goals, take a look at what these bloggers want to accomplish this year:

  • Nick at Nick Gombash’s Genealogy Blog: write more, apply for membership in several military-related lineage organizations, focus research efforts on Polish families from two places with hard-to-access records, and others

The Achieve Your 2014 Genealogy Goals Premium Collection is available only in January, and only as long as our limited supply lasts, so check it out now in Family Tree Shop.

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