Goal #2 for 2017 - more family history research & blogging about it
I had the opportunity this year to attend RootsTech in Salt Lake City, which was such an awesome experience!
I won a free pass to RootsTech which got me off my butt and travelling to SLC. Thank you Shannon at the Trials and Tribulations of a Self-Taught Family Historian blog!
I had such a great time, was so inspired, and learned so much it's unbelievable that happened all in one place.
There were great general sessions including an incredibly moving speech from LeVar Burton. Seriously, by the end of the speech everyone was crying. Everyone. It was beautiful and moving!
I attended a session on starting Scandinavian genealogy and did a hands on workshop with ArkivDigital. I feel much more comfortable with diving into some of my Swedish ancestry now (I actually looked up my first household record for one of my ancestors).
There were so many great sessions I attended but I'm also really glad I attended the "100 Days to Better Family History" session so I could take all of the energy from the conference and make an organized plan.
|RootsTech Exhibition Hall|
So, now I'm all motivated and one of my top goals is to regularly blog about what I'm doing with my family history research! Stay tuned!