2012 has now come to a close, and I want to thank you for all your support this year! I started out writing mainly about topics that revolve around photos, as that has been my life work, and also about the daily events that make up my life as a mom and my journey to organize my own house and life. I’ve evolved as I’ve gone along, and I am sure I will continue to do so. Here are my top posts from 2012! I’d love to hear what you’d like to hear about in 2013!
If your photos only reside on a computer, in books created digitally, and in the cloud, your family’s legacy may be in danger. Read this post to find out why! While this post did originally feature a giveaway that has ended, the information is still very relevant!
Although this post was written with the holidays in mind (and also featured a giveaway as well), these gifts will please the photographer in your life any time of year!
Many of us who have children playing on youth sports teams are watching from the sidelines and taking pictures. The type of camera and lens you are shooting with does affect the quality of your pictures, but there are a number of other things as well that can help you improve your sports photography.
The Birthday Club is a story of long lasting friendship. A quote from Charlotte from Charlotte’s Web sums it up: “You have been my friend. That in itself is a tremendous thing.”
For most of us our digital photo files are out of control. We take more pictures than ever and have huge libraries of photos stored on our computers. It’s hard to find anything when we need it! By following these 3 easy steps, you’ll be able to get your digital picture files into a more manageable state…and get them back into your life where you can enjoy them!
Organizing your photos into photo books doesn’t have to be difficult. Check out these options and see what’s right for you!
If you struggle with getting your kids to cooperate for a photo for your holiday photo card, these will be helpful tips for next year!
Our children have many good memories from playing with their teams, as well as life lessons that they’ve learned along the way. I find that team albums (as well as other keepsakes) are a great way to capture those memories. Here are some tips on what to include.
This post was written by guest blogger Peggy Pardo of The Decorating Files. A professional organizer and interior decorator, Peggy shares with us stylish bathroom storage ideas that will help keep your toiletries organized and at your fingertips. If you’re trying to organize around the house (like me!) or just looking to update, this is a great post to check out!
There is no right or wrong way to create a photo album, and there are many styles available to us. Here is a list of different types of albums as well as pros and cons to using each type!