As I mentioned a couple of posts ago, I’m itching for a new 30 x 30 challenge. I find them so motivating. When I have one going, genealogy research shoots to the top of my priority list. (Among Gretchen Rubin’s Four Tendencies, I’m an Upholder.)
These past couple of months I’ve let other tasks take priority over genealogy research and I miss my ancestors! So for the month of April, I commit to doing 30 minutes of genealogy research for 30 days. Who’s with me?
For those of you interested in participating, please know that the rules are your own. For example, I will consider myself successful if I research every day and the 30 day average is at least 30 minutes. There may be some days where 30 minutes will be more than I can do (especially since I’m going to an organizers’ conference the first week in April), but I’ll counterbalance that with longer sessions. I just want to do some research every day.
It’s up to you to decide what you want to work on. For me, it’s genealogy research. For you, it might be organizing your genealogy research. Really, anything counts as long as it fits into your own criteria.
If you’d like to join me starting on April 1, please leave a comment. Happy researching!