I’m putting the finishing touches on a new Orderly Roots guide! It’s called How I Do It: A Professional Organizer’s Genealogy Workflow and it explains, in some detail, how I go about organizing my own genealogy research. I’m never one to tell someone that there’s one right way to organize anything. But I have been honing an organizing process for a few years that works really well for me.
Instead of writing a guide suggesting all the various ways you might organize your research, I decided to write one detailing how I organize mine, in the hopes that it will be a jumping-off point for you.
I’m excited that it’s almost completed and I hope to publish it by the end of the year. Right now it’s over 30 pages long and it might get a little longer. Please keep an eye out for the announcement that it is available!