Listen and Learn from your Elders

Let me tell you something. You can spend hours and hours pouring over census documents, birth records, death records, marriage records, baptisms, burials and more to retrieve the most basic of information about your ancestors. You’ll learn their birth years, how big their families were, what they did for a living, where they lived and …

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10 Things to Do with Kids During Corona Quarantine

Hi there. I know exactly how frustrated you feel. This virus is wreaking mayhem across the entire globe, and disrupting everything and everyone in our day to day lives. The vast majority of us are now stuck at home with our kids for a number of weeks in order to practice social distancing to avoid …

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The Romantic Forties (Journalwithme#25)

I’m a bit of a dreamer. I always have been. My husband is more of a realist and I think that’s how we balance each other out. He’s borderline pessimistic, and I’m more of an optimist. They say opposites attract after all. Being a dreamer coincides with romanticism in a lot of ways. Things are …

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Wonders of the Ancient World (Journalwithme#22)

History has always been an interest of mine. I love reading about how things were done in the past, their customs and traditions, what they ate and how they just lived in general. I read a lot of historical fiction to throw myself further into the past and learn something new each time. This weeks …

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