Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Conquer Your Photos: catch up with the Two-in-One Plan (recorded class and free printable)

"Do something with my pictures" is on many to-do lists.  It's a common New Year's resolution, too.  The sheer volume of digital photos we take, however, can make preserving them a daunting task.  Sure, photo storage seems to be all the rage these days, but what about actually preserving a photo in print?  Printed photos allow you to preserve your photos with their stories--your memories.  The details or story behind a photo is a full HALF the value of a photo!

That's why I'm so passionate about sharing as many helps and solutions as I possibly can.  This blog is full of them, of course, but I also taught a 40-minute online class last week with some very specific tools, tips, and solutions, including my Two-in-One Plan for CATCHING UP preserving your photos and their stories in a meaningful way.  In this class, we look at both digital photos and photos that have already been printed.  I walk you through the steps you need to take before preserving your photos (such as making time* and organization) as well as offer real, do-able solutions for catching up preserving your photos.


IF YOU MISSED THE CLASS, be sure you watch the recording here.  It will be the best 40 minutes you can spend on one of the most valuable things you have to gift yourself and the world with--your own memories, photos, and stories.


And, as promised, here's the free printable with tips and the Two-in-One Plan!   Click here to print:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QYWr-9y8FkSLk6_nNNySBF0yVbG_Whn_



For specific time-management helps, you can find suggestions {here} and {here} and some out-of-the-box ideas {here}.

Now that you've been armed, go conquer!

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9 comments:

  1. Great Post! I just organized over 1500 photos on my iphone yesterday. Next are my actual prints I have all shoved in a box here at home!

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  2. I am adding that recording to my to do list during nap time for next week! I really need to get on the ball with photos! Thanks for guest hosting and linking up at #WanderingWednesday

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    1. I'm glad to hear it, Michele! I tried to pack lots of info in a quick 40 minutes so that it fits in nap time. :) So happy to be a part of #wanderingwednesday -- and honored to be the guest host this month!

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  3. Thanks for linking up at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 2! Shared ♥ I’d like to invite you to linkup this post and more at the Wednesday AIM Link Party (starting tomorrow night).

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    1. You're very welcome! I'm glad they're helpful. :) Thanks for stopping by and for commenting, too.

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  5. Congrats Jennifer! Your post is FEATURED for MOST CLICKS at the #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 3! Party open now!

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    1. I'm so thrilled that this post was the most popular at your link party, Dee! Thanks for the opportunity to share it there. Getting a handle on our photos has become a bit hard these days, so I hope this post helps a lot of people ENJOY their photos again. :)

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