Gathering Photos

Do you have photos everywhere?  Has your mom or your aunt passed along her photos to you, to add to your collection?  Are you overwhelmed?  Find out the answers to these and other questions during Save Your Photos Month! Step One The first step in getting order...

Are you tired of thinking about your messy photo collection, and would like to do something about it? There are several steps to organizing photos, some could be delegated, some are best done by you. The steps are: Gathering Unfortunately, this step cannot be delegated. But, luckily,...

Are you getting tired of looking at the same walls, wondering what to do?  With the holidays coming up, how about starting a short-term project? I create a family calendar each year.  I make around ten copies and distribute to various family members.  They all love...

Many family reunions had to be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19.  But this does not mean you have to miss out on the recipes or visiting with relatives. Here are some ideas of how to make the most of the down-time. Hold a recipe exchange. ...

Photo projects are magnificent when completed! You can share them with family and friends; you can just look at them yourself and reminisce about fun times. Each person’s vision of a successful photo project is different. For some people, it’s having a photo book they could...

Are you starting to think about the winter holidays, and what unique, meaningful gifts you could get for friends and family?  It feels like preparing for the winter holidays starts earlier and earlier each year! Sept, 1924 - Freddie's Christening One suggestion is to use your photos to...

I always loved summer and the vacations taken!  As far back as I can remember, we’ve always gone someplace.  Sometimes it was to the beach, sometimes to the mountains; sometimes to US National Parks, sometimes overseas. Sometimes we were with friends or family, sometimes it was just...

What is the hardest part of a Photo Organizing project?  Getting started! You look at the boxes and innumerable amounts of pictures, and it can sap the energy right out of you!  The secret is to divide the work up into manageable smaller projects. For the past few weeks...

Ok.  You’ve bitten the bullet and decided to organize your pictures.  You’re going to digitize your entire collection.  You’ve also decided that you’ll create a few photo books with some of the best or most important pictures with images of memorable people and events. Now what are you going...