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How to Write About Your Genealogy More Consistently Generations Cafe

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There are so many benefits to writing about your genealogy, but getting started can feel tough. Who should you write about? What should you say?
Writing can preserve our research, help us spot gaps in what we think we know, and connect us with others who are researching the same people. So how can we do that without feeling completely overwhelmed?
52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks is a free writing challenge with weekly prompts to help give you ideas of what (and who) to write about. It's flexible for your needs. Take the prompts and interpret them how you want to. 
Writing can take many forms, whether it's blogging, journaling, scrapbooking, video-making, emailing, or posting on social media. 
The idea is to do something with your genealogy research. 
You can find the show notes for this episode (and sign up for the free 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks challenge) at AmyJohnsonCrow.com/52ancestors.

There are so many benefits to writing about your genealogy, but getting started can feel tough. Who should you write about? What should you say?
Writing can preserve our research, help us spot gaps in what we think we know, and connect us with others who are researching the same people. So how can we do that without feeling completely overwhelmed?
52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks is a free writing challenge with weekly prompts to help give you ideas of what (and who) to write about. It's flexible for your needs. Take the prompts and interpret them how you want to. 
Writing can take many forms, whether it's blogging, journaling, scrapbooking, video-making, emailing, or posting on social media. 
The idea is to do something with your genealogy research. 
You can find the show notes for this episode (and sign up for the free 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks challenge) at AmyJohnsonCrow.com/52ancestors.

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