Family history and social media have more in common than you might think.
Learn why women are sometimes referred to as the “hidden members of the family.”
Finding, preserving, and sharing your family’s history is easier than ever. If you’re interested in telling your family story online, consider starting with Instagram.
Encouraging millennials to get involved with family history begins with a smartphone.
Diahan Southard’s mother was adopted. Through the use of DNA testing and genetic genealogy research she was able to uncover the story surrounding her birth and adoption, and has since connected with relatives and half siblings she didn’t know she had.
Whether you use digital mediums, analog mediums, or a combination of both, your record keeping is up to you, and you decide what works and what doesn’t.
Learn how to store both your digital and paper heirlooms.
When reaching out to biological relatives for the first time, kindness and compassion are key.
Find the motivation to keep a journal with these five suggestions.
Properly handling family heirlooms is important if you want your family treasures preserved.