Where to Find Family Tree Quest/ Family Tree Gal on the Web

Hi!  I’m Family Tree Gal.  I’m fond of saying, “In every home, frame a family to strengthen your posterity.”

Let me help you discover your “roots” and strengthen the “branches” of your family tree in THIS generation. As you strengthen yourself, you strengthen your entire FAMILY TREE through the power of your positive influence.

 Here’s where you can find me on the web:

 www.familytreequest.com    Get motivated and enthused about YOUR place on your family tree.  Purchase your family tree charts, find family names, family history/family-oriented products, services and expert advice.

 www.familytreequest.wordpress.com   News, resources and research in finding family names.

 www.familytreegal.blogspot.com    Strengthen your Family Tree in THIS generation.

 www.journalriffic.blogspot.com  Take specific steps toward a happy life.

 http://twitter.com/familytreegal Family-oriented quotes, gift ideas and Family Tree Gal updates.

 www.facebook.com/familytreegal   Family-oriented quotes, gift ideas and Family Tree Gal updates.

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Baby Names, “All in the Family”

See this interesting new American study about how people have looked to their “Family Tree” for inspiration in selecting their baby’s name.  How many people do you think are named after a family member?

 

Click on this link for the full story 

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Ancestrycom-Reveals-That-iw-3254887958.html?x=0&.v=1

 

Gleaning Wisdom from the Past

In any quest, a person must overcome significant challenges.  Sometimes linking to the past to learn from it may seem painful. 

Have you ever had occasion to look back at your life at times when you were the most challenged, in seemingly insurmountable ways, only to find you learned the most about yourself?  Did you find you could be strong and resilient?  Did you gain the knowledge about yourself that you could, indeed, do difficult things, over and over if necessary?  Did you learn you could be kind during the process of difficulty?  If you were not kind, did you determine that you would like to work on that?  Did you learn that there were unexpected friends along your path to help strengthen you?  Were your eyes open to see the blessings and opportunities along the way, or did you feel blind in the struggle to survive?

 If you were able to conclude that your difficulties were your teachers, and using that perspective, found some personal benefit or strength growing out of the pain or trouble, THEN you were able to learn wisdom from the past.  Congratulations!   If not, let us continue to help.  Visit www.familytreequest.com

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