Or, are you overwhelmed with your photos, and not even sure where they all are?
Are they digital, saved across multiple devices and files? Are they backed up?
Are they printed, under the bed, in shoe boxes, and in various old non-archival albums?
(Not to mention slides, old movies, framed prints, etc.)
Never fear, help is here! September is Save Your Photos Month!
Take the Pledge!
I took the pledge to Save My Photos and you can too! Join me by clicking here: saveyourphotos.org/photos-pledge.
This program is a good place to start if you want to organize your photos yourself, bit by bit. Take the pledge and get 30 days of free e-mailed photo tips. (They won’t share your email address, but they do need it to send you the tips.)
I’ll be organizing mine right along with you. We can compare notes!
If you don’t want to do it yourself, call me or find a Photo Organizer near you.
Did I mention it’s free? If you aren’t quite ready to do the work, why not accumulate a month’s worth of free tips to help you when you are ready?
See my Org4life Photo Resource Roundup for more, from me and my colleagues, about how and why to organize your photos.
Don’t worry if you’ve missed the Sept. 1 start of the program. You can still get all 30 tips if you Take the Pledge. But don’t wait, do it now!
Are your photos organized, backed up, accessible, enjoyable, and shareable?
If so, please share your best tip with us in the comments below.
If not, please share your biggest photo-related issue. I’ll reply with a tip for you!
Have you taken the pledge?
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