Photo & Memorabilia Resource Roundup


These photos were found in books that were donated to my local library. Click to enlarge. And read my post How NOT to Save Your Photos!

September is Save Your Photos Month!

But really, it’s never too early, or too late, to start gathering, organizing, preserving, and sharing your precious memories, is it?

Here are some resources I’ve gathered for you, in the following categories:

  • Getting Started
  • Backing Up
  • Avoiding Disaster
  • Recovering from Disaster
  • Maintenance
  • Your Legacy
  • Find an Organizer Near You
  • While we’re at it…

Getting Started:

Save Your Photos! – Org4life

Managing Memorabilia: 5 questions to ask before you start – Org4life

How to Organize and Store Your Photos (infographic) – Sparefoot

Overcoming Photo Organizing Anxiety – Organized Assistant

Backing Up:

Are your files backed up? – Org4life

3 Keys to a Great Photo Backup Plan – Family Search

How To Create An iPhone Photo Backup To Store, Share & Pring Your Images

Avoiding Disaster:

Emergency Preparedness Resource Roundup — Org4life

Stop Storing Your Digital Photos on Facebook – Pix & Tales

Why Dealing with Your Analog Memories First is A Bad Idea – Organizing Photos

Could Your Photos Be at Risk in Your Own Home? – Save Your Photos

Don’t Forget the 7 Ps! – Org4life

How NOT to Save Your Photos – Org4life

Recovering from Disaster:

Saving Photos Before and After the Storm — Pixologie

What To Do When Disaster Strikes Your Photos — Calgary Photo Solutions


Weed Your Photo Garden: Delete These 14 Photos Today – Good Life Photo Solutions

Have you seen Hazel Thornton’s Photo Clutter Flow Chart? – Org4life

10 Healthy Photo Habits (A.K.A. Resolutions) to Keep Your Photos Organized All Year Long! – Organizing Photos

Zen and the Art of Managing Smartphone Photos – NY Times

Your Legacy:

Organizing For Your Legacy – Org4life

What’s a photo without the story? – Org4life

The Ultimate Guide to Dating Your Family Photos – Good Life Photo Solutions

For Photos’ Sake, Stop Scanning Every Picture – The Family Curator

How Photos Can Help Us in Times of Grief and Loss – Picture This Organized

Find an Organizer Near You:

The Photo Managers (TPM, formerly known as APPO)

National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO)

While we’re at it…

Mom’s Boxes Part 1: The shed – Org4life

Why do I take before and after photos? – Org4life

This Photo Trick Cures Clutter Amnesia! – Org4life



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