Genealogy Do-Over: Week 4 Progress — 8 Comments

  1. Oh, Jenny, can I relate! If it’s not on the list, it doesn’t get done. I’ve missed dr. appointments cuz they weren’t on the list. I can’t tell you how often I end up “in the weeds”. Thanks for the morale boost. And good luck ridding yourself of toxic places, people, and foods!

    • Now let’s don’t go crazy, Lynn … I mentioned nothing about food. People and places, yes. But toxic food may be around for a little while longer. LOL (since I quit smoking, it’s pretty much all I have left).

      I can’t stress how important lists are for me! For example: A friend and I were getting ready for her husband’s birthday party and we were running around getting our to-do list done … except we forgot to pick up his grandmother and bring her to the party. She wasn’t on the list, so it didn’t happen.

  2. I’m with you on lists. I, too, add things I’ve done to my list so I can cross them off. Ha! I thought I was probably the only one to do such a thing. I need to do better with family history research lists. I would probably make more progress if I made lists.

    Congratulations on quitting smoking. I hope you feel better — great, actually!

  3. Great post, Jenny! I really am motivated by hearing everyone else’s progress. And kudos on removing toxicity in your life. I began that in Jan 2014 and am still working through some of it. Worth it, for sure! -Cate.

  4. I love your blog, your sense of humor, your honesty about your work in progress and the pictures you post to go with the theme! Thanks for sharing how you are doing on the Genealogy Do Over.

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