How to Stay Positive This Festive Season

The festive period is a time for connecting with loved ones and for taking some well-deserved time off to unwind. Sadly, with a global pandemic in our midst, it’s looking a bit different for many people this year. For some, perhaps the usual big family get togethers have been replaced by a more lowkey affair […]

3 Ways for Parents to Change the Mood at Home

The coronavirus pandemic has many people feeling stressed or overwhelmed. We’re in a unique crisis situation that can have all of our emotions out of whack. Your children probably have those same thoughts and feelings, but may find it difficult to express them appropriately. We are dealing with unprecedented times across our country and it’s more important than […]

Is it normal for your kid to talk to themselves?

Both of Catherine Labate’s children have always been very verbal. What started out as “crib talk” in infancy grew into animated conversations with dolls and toys by the time they were toddlers, and excitedly whispered monologues when they became preschoolers. Now that they’re in school, Labate’s four-year-old son and seven-year-old daughter still talk themselves through […]

Monday Motivation – September 30th

Hi everyone, I’ve settled back into life in the UK this week, after the trip Luke and I made to the US. Chicago was great, friendly, good weather and the people were pretty chilled. But since returning, I’ve had a sense of gratitude for everything we have here in the UK. Family (thanks Gail for […]

RootsTech London 2019 Conference Announced

RootsTech has announced that the highly popular family history conference is expanding its international borders, beginning with the United Kingdom in 2019. RootsTech will host RootsTech London 2019 from 24–26 October, 2019 at the ExCeL London Convention Centre. For more info go to “We are incredibly excited to take the learnings and excitement of […]