I’ve got to tell you, I’m feeling pretty proud of myself these days.
As the least-skilled handyman among the three boys who are proud to claim Jack and Elsie Lehmer as their parents, I take special delight in each successfully accomplished project.
Therefore, now that a few days have passed since I replaced the hose sprayer on our kitchen sink and 1) the area beneath the sink remains dry, 2) the sprayer actually works and 3) nothing has blown up, I declare “Mission Accomplished” in the skirmish of the leaky hose.
In honor of this triumph, I’m declaring today Do-It-Yourself Day on the Passing It On Blog. Just so there’s no misunderstanding, I think every family history project benefits from professional help, even if it’s limited to project management or final tweaking. But, I do understand that many of you like to do some of the heavy lifting yourself.
This blog’s for you.
Here are three sites that will help you achieve your family history project. Just remember, I’m here to see you through the rough patches you will inevitably encounter. The sites:
- 50 Awesome Tools for Researching Your Family History (posted by Bootstrapper)
- Best Tips for Working From Home (posted by zenhabits)
- Free Tools for Family Historians (posted by Juliana Smith)