I'm reviewing my January To Do List and evaluating my success (or lack thereof). We won't call it failure (because I hate to fail.) What I didn't get done in January I'll carry over to February's List. I hope I won't have to do that too often and what I especially hope is that I don't have to carry over the same thing more than once.
January has been a busy month in other areas of my life. There were some non-genealogy deadlines which couldn't be postponed and some activities that took longer than I anticipated. Family history didn't play as large a part of my life in January as I hope it will in February and the rest of the year.
That being said, here's my review for January:
Done! -- Organize Ellis Bickerstaff's pension file into chronological order
Undone. -- Transcribe one document in the pension file.
Done! -- Write and post about his pension file. The CWPF posts were Civil War Pension File: First View; Civil War Pension File: Inventory; and Civil War Pension File: Chronological Overview of Papers Pertaining to Ellis.
Undone. -- Watch one RootsMagic webinar and put what I learn to use in RM with my own information.
Done! -- Write and publish two Tuesday's Tip posts. These posts were U.S. Census Information: Sites for Details and Once a Miner, Twice a Breaker Boy.
Done! -- At FamilySearch, look for new Ohio resources; search any that look helpful.
Done! -- At FamilySearch, look for new Pennsylvania collections.
I'll post my February To Do List in a day or two.