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Miss. Genealogy

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This is the last episode of the Miss. Genealogy podcast (for now!) As always, thank you for your support & for taking the time to get to know your ancestors! I know it will bless your life more than you can imagine 💛 Wendy Top is someone I l
So glad Leslie reached out to me so we could record this episode & share it with all of you! 💛  Family Circus Cartoon   Episode 10 with Jamie Decker   Leslie's Shop  Sign up for one of my online courses here!   Follow me on Instagram/Facebook
Evi Figgat drops so much wisdom in this episode & her tips for interviewing living relatives are some of the very best! Evi studied journalism & English in college, spends her time writing & is very good at what she does! We discuss adoption
Happy New Year! 🥳 Lizzy Jensen claims to be a beginner when it comes to family history but her experiences demonstrate that no matter your expertise, when you have a willing heart, the Lord pours out his blessings! This discussion left me feel
Kimmy Crosby is the owner of the incredible ichartyou (ready-to-print modern genealogy charts 😍) & I LOVED hearing her story. From hearing about her time in New York City, to growing her business, to her ancestor who raised 14 children (!!!)
Miya Jensen has a contagious enthusiasm for genealogy & I’m so excited for you to hear from her! She earned her degree from BYU in Family History & Genealogy & focuses specifically on those with Polynesian ancestry (though she can help you no m
Vanessa Quigley is someone I look up to immensely & I’m just thrilled to have her on the show. She talks all about Chatbooks (the greatest way to preserve your family memories!) & shares some fun stories of growing up in Florida on a farm with
Krista is one of my dear friends & I'm so excited to share her with you today! Her love for the scriptures & preserving memories is so apparent & I know you'll walk away feeling inspired to keep a better record. Listen to her own amazing podca
Juliette Eames is the creator of Four Bears Books & has a deep love for family history. Her story is incredible (their Kickstarter was funded in less than four hours!) & it truly was a special treat to have Juliette on the show. Follow Juliett
I've known Carolynn Reynolds for a few years now & she is the real deal! She has a passion for family history (thanks to her husband!) & creates the most beautiful family trees to remind you of your family. She is a graphic designer, has 5 youn
Michelle has taken the artistic talents that she has been given & has applied them to family history! So inspiring. Her story is also absolutely captivating & I love the projects that she is working on. You won't want to miss this one! Follow
I absolutely loved interviewing Nicole & am excited for you to get to know her. Nicole Dyer started The Family Locket (familylocket.com) in 2015 when she was her ward family history consultant. She then began teaching a community family history
Hilarie Robison created Legacy Tale with her husband in 2015 & has been on a mission to preserve family stories ever since. Legacy Tale is all about inspiring and guiding people to make and keep memories, then share them with loved ones. They h
Sarah Garner, from @thekindredpress, is all about telling our stories & I couldn't agree more. Our stories are so important & connect us in millions of ways. She's filed with great ideas & I can't wait for you to get to know her!
Season 2 is launching today & will run for the next 13 weeks! I'm kicking off with one of my favorites: Jamie Decker of @welshwagonwheels. She took her two little girls on a cross-country family history road trip & has so many great tips. Enjoy
Katie Cheesman is the genius behind The Listening Ear Project & her love for the elderly is contagious. She shares some amazing tips on interviewing the older generation & her stories show that she is practicing what she preaches! Connection &
Allison's awesome bio didn't make it in the final recording (so sorry!) but here it is. Basically, she's amazing!! Allison Kimball specializes in telling the stories around her. She is owner, writer, artist, and amateur photographer at allison
Yay for the first Tips & Tricks episode! I've got a really neat story to share & a few things you may not know (if you do, share them with someone else!) Also, LINKS BELOW :) An Adopted Son's Family History Journey: https://www.lds.org/ensig
As a creative pioneer in the scrapbooking industry, Wendy Smedley was a well-known expert of scrapbooking products, industry developments, and creative innovations. She was creative editor with Simple Scrapbooks Magazine for over six years mana
Stacy Julian loves telling stories and I really loves taking pictures. When she uses her pictures to tell stories, in scrapbooks or on her blog or via Instagram, she especially delights in connecting people, places, and things across time. In o
Kirsten Wright is a 3rd generation memory collector and recorder interested in preserving personalized memories using the latest technology of the time. She loves to record and interview her kids and family members of all ages with her app Kid
Dani is a wife of 16 years and a mother to 4 kids ages 2 to 11. She has loved stories since she was young and fell in love with reading. She began learning about family history at a young age since her grandparents both worked doing Extractions
Crystal has a passion for history and discovered a love for genealogy after finding newspaper articles about her Civil War ancestors when she was a teenager. She's been hooked ever since. Crystal spent several years as a certified corporate p
Welcome to the very first episode of Family History Modernized! My name is Jessie & I'm so happy to have you here! My goal is to get you fired up about family history & this episode is a little introduction on how I got obsessed with learning a
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