Welcome to the  Memory Keeping 101 series. This is the first in a series of twenty five posts.

memory keeping 101

I am excited that you have chosen to preserve your families’ memories. I hope to share with many people the value and importance of preserving family memories.  I want to share that anyone can do this in a way that is manageable, enjoyable and affordable. Out photos and stories are meant to be shared and enjoyed by our family.

Over the next few weeks we will touch on all facets of memory keeping, including:

  • Where to start
  • Organizing
  • Photography tips
  • Displaying photos
  • Scrapbook
  • Digital albums
  • Preserving memorabilia
  • Journaling

 

Memory Keeping 101 will include the following posts:

The Preparation Series:

The Organization series :

  • basic organizing tools
  • digital photo organization
  • printed photo organization
  • memorabilia organization
  • journaling tools

The Action Series will include:

  • managing current photos
  • fast, fabulous, affordable albums
  • school album
  • heritage photo solutions
  • basic photo tips & resources
  • fun photos shoots
  • other requested topics

I am excited to work right along with  you on photo organization and memory keeping methods. You are doing a wonderful thing for your family.

Please comment and let me know how you are doing with each topic.

 

 

 

 

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