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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Organizing Your Photographs

 It's Thursday and we're back to organizing! Did you enjoy the week off? Were you productive or did you just choose to relax and jump in again today? I was busy preparing for my music therapy conference in Iowa, which was fantastic! You can read about that HERE.

If you are just joining us, we have been getting organized using Jennifer Ford Berry's Organize Now book.

It has some great info and tips on organizing various parts of our life and home. You can see past posts here:

Week 1 about Organizing Your Mind and Life Vision HERE,
Week 2 about Organizing Your Priorities HERE,
Week 3 about Organizing Your Schedule HERE
Week 4 about Organizing Your Cleaning Schedule HERE.
Week 5 about Organizing Your Personal Information HERE. 
Week 6 about Organizing Your Finances HERE. 
      Week 7 about Organizing Your Bill-paying System HERE.
        Week 8 about Organizing Your Receipts and Taxes HERE
Week 9 about Organizing Your Files HERE
                               Week 10 about Organizing your Magazines and Newspapers HERE.
                                               Week 11 about Organizing Your Email HERE
                                                Week 12 about Organizing Your Mail HERE
                                         Week 13 about Organizing Your Child's Toys HERE.
Week 14 about Organizing Your Crafts HERE.

This week we are working on organizing our photographs. 
I say "working on" because this is definitely a work in progress for me. I have so many old pictures waiting to be processed and put into albums. It is always on my "to-do" list but always something that can wait for later. It can get pretty overwhelming pretty fast. Would you agree? And now with everything being digital, I have SO many pictures stored on my computer hard drive and also in places like Snapfish! Luckily, Jennifer has many great tips and ideas for starting to get my pictures more organized.

This Week's Goals:

1. Go through your pictures. Put into piles: 1. throw away 2. give doubles to family or friends 3. keep

2. put dates and events on the back of your pictures. As you develop new pictures, get into the habit of doing this right away to save time later.

3. Start putting your photographs into your albums (slip-in type will save time), scrapbooks, photo boxes, etc.  


1. For digital pictures: save them in folders labeled by event on your computer. Put a backup copy on a CD.

2. Digital scrapbooks are great! Jennifer said that it costs about the same to use these rather then develop your pictures and put them into a photo album. She suggests

How do you keep your photographs organized??

And don't forget about our Shaklee Basic H2 organic concentrate cleaner GIVEAWAY!!! Read more about it HERE.

Thanks for reading! Have a terrific day!


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