Thursday, September 6, 2018

What a Digi-Crop Can Do for Your Pictures

Do you have lots of pictures you've been meaning to do something with?  A digi-crop can help you turn your good intentions into something real!  If you're struggling to find time to do something with your pictures, try a digi-crop!

So what IS a digi-crop and how exactly does it help?

I've been holding online digi-crops for several years now, and I love how it allows me to help people no matter where they live.  The only catch is this:  you have to know what on earth a digi-crop is and how to participate.  

The most important thing to know is:  Digi-Crops are my way of gifting you TIME!

2022 UPDATE:  Digi-Crops are now Photo Rodeos!  A "Photo Rodeo: Rein in Your Photos" event is still free, and you can find information at the "our community" tab at the top of this blog, along with other events.  If you're new to memory-keeping, open a free Forever account using the link at this "how to get started" tab.  Find all the details about Photo Rodeos, including tutorial videos if you're new, here.

"I don't have time" is such a common reason for putting off doing something with our pictures.  The truth is that we don't often "find" time to do anything.  We make it!  (Find a lot of great resources for making more time for yourself here.)  Digi-Crops--or Photo Rodeos--are one way of making time for our photos and memories.

Photo Rodeo: Rein in Your Photos is a time once a quarter to spend with your photos and memories and whatever they need.  At these free online events, people have:
There are no rules at Photo Rodeo, just time to do what you need and connect with other memory-keepers from around the country.  Plus, I'm there if you have any questions about any of the above.  :)

Speaking of connecting, here are the logistics of Photo Rodeo.  To join (from the comfort of your own pajamas, or otherwise), you just click the Zoom link here and enter the current passcode shown there at the date and time of our next Photo Rodeo.  Remember, times listed are in Mountain Time, so adjust accordingly.

Next, you'll say hello to everyone there and then get to work.  We have a little chatting time and also a little quiet time while we work, but you're always welcome to mute the conversation if you need to.  We do celebrate together also.  I often say something like, "I just finished a digital scrapbook page!" and get some congratulations, and I often like to screen-share so you can see what I've done.  It's optional, but a fun way to celebrate our accomplishments together.

New to memory-keeping?  Forever is the best option I've seen in almost 2 decades as a memory-keeping consultant.  Learn more about Forever here.

I hold a spring, summer, fall, and winter Photo Rodeo, so there's always one coming up!  Check this link for the next one.

Take advantage of this opportunity to put "work on my pictures and albums" on your calendar and then follow through to make something meaningful!  Memory-keeping can honestly change your life.


  1. This is a great idea to help those of us who have not tried to do a Digi-crop before. Thank you for the opportunity! #heartandsoullinkup

  2. You're so welcome! I'm happy to do it. It's fun AND helps us do what we mean to do. :) Hope you can make the next one--it would be great to have you. Thanks for stopping by and for commenting, too. :)

  3. This sounds like a lot of fun, Jennifer! I had never heard of a digi-crop before, but now I know what they are! :) #heartandsoullinkup

  4. It IS fun. It's a great time to get together with other people with the same goal AND set aside time on your calendar to take care of your photos and memories. :)


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