FYI - the number FIVE symbolizes curiosity according to the numerologists. I think you would agree that the one trait that genealogists and family historians all need to have is curiosity.
- Family Tree Magazine tells us the 5 Traits of Successful Genealogists - How many do you possess?
- Got hurdles? Robin Foster tells us Five ways to overcome your genealogy research hurdle
- I haven't watched this yet but the title is interesting - from RootsTech, Deborah Gamble shows us 5 Ways to Do Genealogy in Your Sleep. Now that would be cool.
- Got 5 minutes? FamilySearch has a bunch of 5 Minute Genealogy educational videos to educate us about genealogy. Worth a look for sure. Not much of a time investment and the rewards are well worth it.
- OK, I have to include one of my own, and this one is one of the most visited articles in my collection: The 5 Best Free Sites for Online Newspaper Research for Genealogy
- I just recently stumbled on this site and I really like it. Brenda Witchger talks about being a "story catcher" in her site with all kinds of tips/hints about writing family stories: Five Minute Family History
- Irish roots? Gena Ortega gives us 5 Free Online Resources for Tracing Your Irish Genealogy
- Here are Five Great Productivity Tools for Genealogy from Genealogy InTime Magazine. Some really interesting tools that you should check out.
- Crista Cowan from ancestry.com give us some hints: Five Steps to Doing Genealogy Research Like A Pro
- Jewish ancestry? Avotaynu has published A Five-minute Guide to Jewish Genealogical Research.
OK - that's not FIVE but TWO times FIVE great links to review. So the 5 or so minutes you will spend reading and reviewing will get you much more value than the time spent. Hopefully you will learn more than FIVE things out of this little list. I did!