Keeping Grandma’s Hair – Interview with world-renowned Victorian Hair Artist

My obsession and interest in genealogy far outreaches just finding long-lost ancestors and family trees. As a death positive person, I'm interested in any topic, art, or post that is about death. This interest really came to head when last September (2017), I attended the Death Salon in Seattle and met Courtney Lane. Courtney is a... Continue Reading →

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Sometimes the Living Go Missing + interview with the NextGen Network

Instead of the dead going missing over the past few months, it's been the living here at The Hipster Historian. As my readers may know, a few months ago, my divorce was official. In conjunction with that divorce, I was also dealing with a new living situation, new job and a new car and relationship... Continue Reading →

What a year already!

Holy cow! I can't believe January is already over. This last month has been for The Hipster Historian has been busy moving, getting a new job and figuring out life. As mentioned a couple of months ago, I separated from my husband of 13 years and been moving on in life. In that journey I've... Continue Reading →

Interview with Melanie the Shamrock Genealogist

It's that time again! Here at The Hipster Historian, I love interviewing anyone who loves history, genealogy, and death positivity -- my trifecta of passions. I've interviewed DNA experts, yoga genealogists, and others; and today, we have yet another amazing genealogist, Melanie from The Shamrock Genealogist. Keep scrolling to hear about what genealogy means to... Continue Reading →

An Interview with Lori the History Yogini

Every day I learn more and more about different genealogists and those that are in love with the idea of ancestry and family history. It comes through Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and many other social media platforms. I've been able to meet so many fascinating folks and I can't wait to meet more. Today's interview in... Continue Reading →

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