Climbing Your Family Tree: Beginning Genealogy March 1 from 2 to 3 pm: Marilyn Cocchiola Holt, MLS and Department head of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Department offers an introduction to the process involved in searching for family roots: how to find the who, when, and where of your family.
Preservation: Archives and Artifacts in Your Home March 8, 1 to 2 pm: Mrs. Terri Blanchette, Historian and owner of TimeSorters, will discuss museum and archival best practices for artifacts and archives as she teaches you how to preserve your family treasures for generations to come.
Hard To Do Genealogy March 22, 2 to 3 pm: Join us as we welcome Ms. Marlene Bransom…
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Have you seen the movie Field of Dreams? There’s a voice whispering to the main character (who has a dream) throughout the movie: “If you build it, they will come.”
It’s a step above “fake it until you make it.”
And a couple of steps above visualization.
A great starting point for getting what you want is to write it down.
You can do this in a journal, or on a computer, or on a chalkboard or whiteboard, or simply on a single piece of paper.
Writing is powerful. Seeing your dream or goal in print in your own words helps you clarify what you are asking for — from yourself and from the universe.
When is the last time you wrote out a detailed description of your dream writing life? If it’s been a while, or never, why not take…
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