My New Project!

Blog Covid-19 DNA family history Genealogy Life Podcast

With the quarantine going on, I was looking for something to help keep my busy. I thought about it for a little bit and then decided to take the leap into making a Podcast. So, in late April I downloaded Anchor (again) and started a podcast about genealogy.

When I first started I thought the podcast would just be about genealogy and me doing how to’s and giving information. After I started however, I had an idea. What if I use the podcast to tell the stories of people like me.

I put out a call on social media to ask people if they wanted to share their family history or DNA stories. I automatically had people contacting me. I know I love family history and DNA stories and I knew the people who would listen to my podcast would love it as well. And like I said, I had my own story to tell as well. You can find my story on the podcast below the blog post, along with many other podcast episodes.

After, I recorded a few of these episodes I decided to add in adoption stories as well, because many times those include DNA, and I love to hear the stories.

I’m excited about this project! I plan to continue it for as long as I can. I’m also trying to learn to use editing software so I can make it sound the best possible. Eventually, I would like to get the proper mic and equipment to record with. I have many things planned for the future. I plan to add a patreon feature for those who would like to help support the show, even though Anchor does provide a way to do that on my podcast page, I want it to be more personal, where those who support can get extra content.

I’ll keep the other plans a secret, but they do involve the blog as well! So please keep checking back here!

Now, if you’d like to give the podcast a listen, just click the episode below you’d like to listen to and sit back and relax. One thing you’ll notice is that I use the name Jason Hall on the podcast, listen to My DNA Story to find out why!

Marsha's Beginning Time Will Tell

In today's episode Marsha talks to us about how she got into family history and why its important to her now. She like many other young people had the idea that genealogy was something old people do. It's so important that we take the time we have when we are younger to ask our older relatives about their stories, any family stories, legends, or rumors even. Sometimes there is a little truth in a rumor that can lead you to breaking a brick wall. If you'd like to contact the show, feel free to do so on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Or if you like you can email me at I'd love to share your family history, adoption or DNA stories and right now I'm looking for stories about food and family history! How do the two go together? Things your family may have eaten that could have been passed down for generations? Food ties us all together, we use it in so many ways to gather, I want to hear about your experiences. Reach out to me through the ways listed above or leave a voice message at the link below. — This episode is sponsored by ยท Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. — Send in a voice message:
  1. Marsha's Beginning
  2. Ethnicity Estimates
  3. The Start of a Journey
  4. Explore Your Family Forest
  5. Lafe's Adoption Journey

Jason Rosenburg is a writer blogger, speaker and content creator. He has authored two self published novels. He is a cancer surivor who went from living life in a recliner to losing 70 lbs (and counting) and cohosting Airbnb tours in Tijuana, MX Available for public speaking bookings where his specialty is motivational speaking.

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