Looks like everyone is jumping on the "ORGANIZATION" bandwagon this year. In addition to DearMYRTLE's 2011 January Organization Checklist, see also:
- Lorine McGinnis Schulze of the Olive Tree Genealogy Blog bemoans lost time in Last Year's Resolutions a Big Uh-Oh!
- Linda McCauley of the Documenting the Details expects to organize her digital files as reported in Genealogy Goals 2011 - Maintenance.
- Are My Roots Showing? promises to organize her photos and attend Scanfest this coming year. of
- Carolyn Barkley of the GenealogyAndFamilyHistory Blog writes It’s New Year’s Resolution Time Again – Organize Your Work.
- Kimberly Powell reports using her Mac and Scrivener to organize her research notes in Have a Mac, What's Your Favorite Genealogy-related productivity tool?
- Bill West of the West in New England blog lists "organize, organize, organize!" as his 6th goal in 2011 Genealogy Plans.
- Carol of Reflections from the Fence mentions organizing her office in her contribution to the101st Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy titled My Genealogy Research/Writing Plan for 2011.
- Dick Eastman's will feature a new Plus Edition series described in his most recent blog posting The Organized Genealogist.
- Sally Jacobs plans to give away some photo organizing software.
- Megan Smolenyak of Roots Television | Megan's Roots World generously provided a Genealogy Grant Awarded to Archives Committee, Houston County, TN stating "A new Archives Committee in Houston County, TN is starting the process of establishing a much-needed local archives. Members of the historical society have started to clean out and organize the records vault in the basement of the local courthouse. The grant award will go toward the purchase of archival boxes and supplies to store record books and loose records."
- A 4-week Organizing Your Photos Class with Nancy Hendrickson is offered through Family Tree University starting tomorrow 1/3/2011, with a 20% discount code FTU113.
- At least 15 of my Facebook friends are mentioning cleaning out kitchen drawers, file cabinets, hall closets and entire craft/sewing rooms. It's amazing what treasures they've unearthed in their own workspaces!
Happy family tree climbing!
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