19 April 2013
Not enough hours in the day to spend on your family history research? Don’t despair – read Family Tree Edit
We all lead busy lives and it can sometimes be difficult to dedicate all the hours you’d like to doing your treasured family history research. If you’re anything like me, you snatch half an hour in your lunch breaks to delve into the latest records online, or shut yourself in your home office after the kids have gone to bed to get your family history fix. Not surprisingly, this rather chaotic approach can feel a bit frantic and disjointed, and you may well find yourself in a Groundhog Day situation – going over old research ground again and again... and again (see how frustrating that can be?!).
As always Family Tree comes to the rescue to save you precious time, energy and brain power – and get your family history projects back on track. Our Editor Helen Tovey has some fabulous tips to help you make the most of the time you do have to spend on your hobby. She’s picked out 25 of her all-time favourites to help you to get the most out of your family history sessions and achieve great results – all without cutting corners or compromising on accuracy.
See Helen’s great tips in the May issue of Family Tree, out now in WH Smiths, leading supermarkets and all good newsagents, or you can download our latest issue as a digital edition right now – visit www.pocketmags.com, the App Store, Google Play or Amazon Appstore. Single issues, back issues and subscriptions are available for PC, Mac, eReaders, smartphones and tablets. A free sample is also available for all devices.