If you’ve made several discoveries on a family, let them “set” for a few days and work on something else. While it can be tempting to work as fast and furiously as we can, that’s how mistakes can be made and time and money wasted. I find it good when I’ve made a lot of discoveries on a family to write up what I have found while it is fresh in my mind.
And then put it aside for a few days.
A fresh eye is more likely to catch errors, see additional clues, or just see ways to make the analysis you’ve written stronger.
Let your genealogy concrete cure before you drive that big old research truck over it.