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By Lisa A. Alzo
Become a better researcher with these 101 ways to a new genealogy you.
By David A. Fryxell
Has your pedigree been pilfered? Not sure how to put off that clinging cousin? Mr. Manners is here to help you handle all of your genealogy pet peeves.
By Tami Osmer Glatz
Give your research methodology a makeover by utilizing an overlooked and underused resource: college and university libraries.
By Sunny Jane Morton
Transform your tree from mere names and dates to pictures of real people with these 10 revealing records.
Address Your Mess
By Maureen A. Taylor
We’ll help you turn your piles of pictures into a model of photo organization in five steps.
Genealogy Design Star
By Dana McCullough
Channel your inner interior decorator: Fix up your genealogy space with these 11 inspirational ideas and tools.
Flip Your Family Tree
By Lisa A. Alzo
Do your relatives stifle yawns when genealogy comes up? Turn their “oh’s to “ahhh!”s with our 21 ways to revamp how you share your family history.
By Rick Crume
Use these tips to keep your family trees on your computer and on the web up-to-date and in sync.
By Denise Levenick
Want to spend time searching for your ancestors instead of files on your computer? Organize your hard drive with these five easy exercises.
Tools of the Trade
By Thomas MacEntee
Does it take you longer to look for online resources than to use them? Here’s how to combine the best ones into an easy-access, timesaving research toolbox.