1. Ashley @ A Southern Gypsy
    12.September.2017 @ 11:46 am

    This is awesome! I’m actually planning on doing this very soon. How long did the whole process take from start to finish? Do you feel it was worth the money?


    • sarah
      12.September.2017 @ 12:20 pm

      I linked to the first post I wrote about this in the beginning of the post, if you want to know more. I bought it at Target (!!!!) and I think from start to finish, not counting taking photos and writing notes for the post, five – ten minutes. The health insight stuff takes longer and you can keep going in and adding more/answering more questions.


  2. Wendy
    12.September.2017 @ 9:53 am

    So there is yet another DNA test. Didn’t know about this one.


  3. The Walking Map
    12.September.2017 @ 9:28 am

    Hi Sarah. I plan to do one by the end of the year. Don’t give up on Italian!


  4. Gretchen
    11.September.2017 @ 1:23 pm

    I didn’t realize they give you so much extra info beyond just your genetic ancestry–fascinating! I really want to do this to find out if my family’s supposed Cherokee history is true or just family myth.


    • sarah
      12.September.2017 @ 10:47 am

      You do have to opt into the health stuff but I felt like doing it. It’s an extra $100 I think. My cousin and her husband found some sites that do it cheaper though I’m not sure how they get your DNA …. ?


  5. Amanda Keeley-Thurman
    11.September.2017 @ 12:51 pm

    So interesting these results. My mother-in-law wants us all to do it for Christmas.


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