how to catch up on your photos

What To Do When You Have So Many Pictures That You Don't Know What To Do☺

Listed below several articles, tips, steps to follow, and video tutorials to help you catch up on your photos when you haven't preserved them for a while.  Click around and find some inspiration that works for you.


{When Photo Overload Becomes Photo Overwhelm} is an article designed to take the overwhelming part out of memory-keeping, with some specific steps and suggestions.

Try these ideas and organizational tips from my Ten-Step Escape Plan so you can get out from under that mountain of photos forever. {introduction}
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This article provides you with a {Two-in-One Plan} to catch up on preserving your photos while you're still taking more photos and making more memories every day.  I taught this online class as a follow-up to the Two-in-One Plan, and there are additional tips and strategies here:

My favorite solution for catching up on photos is a DIY Yearbook.  Keep in mind that this is not just a product--it's a whole strategy.  This video teaches you the strategy and why I recommend Heritage Makers Yearbooks as the go-to solution for everyone who needs to get pictures off their phones or cameras so they can actually be seen and enjoyed.  This video tutorial has ALL the information you need, from strategies for narrowing down your photos to the final, beautiful product:
{This post} shows some yearbook examples, too.

Or try the GET IT DONE program!  {Click this link} for details including a guide and several videos.  You can find all the products listed in that link right here, both digital and paper, at either my {Heritage Makers website} (click "products" at the upper right for the paper products) or at {my Snap2Finish website}.

OR if working with others (and committing to them to be there!) would help you, join my online digi-crops.  They're free, and they're a great way to "get together" no matter where you are.  Here's how they work and what they can do for you to help you catch up on your photos.