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    In every family, someone ends up with “the stuff.” It is the goal of The Family Curator to inspire, enlighten, and encourage other family curators in their efforts to preserve and share their own family treasures.

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    Fieldstone Common Interviews The Family Curator: BlogTalkRadio Staff Pick

    Listen anytime to the latest episode of Fieldstone Common Blog Talk Radio where Marian Pierre-Louis and I talk about the "backstory" to my book How to Archive Family Keepsakes. Although Marian and I have never met in person, we share a common passion for old houses and family treasures.

    I had a great time as the guest on Fieldstone Common and enjoyed answering listener questions on preserving keepsakes. If you have questions or comments after listening to the program, please feel free to leave a comment to this post for my response.

    The 60-minute program is now available for listening via web or iTunes podcast at the Fieldstone Common website, and was named a Staff Pick for this weekend.




    Hear Tips to Organize Your Family Archive on Family Tree Magazine Podcast

    I had a lot of fun talking with Lisa Louise Cooke recently about the Family Tree Magazine Organize Your Family Archive Expert Webinars where I had a chance to help Editor Allison Dolan with her inherited genealogy treasure trove. Our conversation is just part of the January 2012 Family Tree Podcast and also includes ideas for working with Evernote, using Social Media, and new collections available from Family Tree Magazine.

    The January podcast kicks off the year with a focus on "Making Over Your Research in 2012" with all kinds of information on new products, organizational ideas, and research techniques --

    • Diane Haddad reveals news from and WDYTYA
    • Lisa and Kerry Scott discuss using Evernote for genealogy
    • I share some tips from the Organize Your Family Archive Webinar
    • Allison Dolan describes the new Get Organized Collection

    You can also find more organizing ideas in the February 2012 issue of Family Tree Magazine including my article, "Computer Cleanup."

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