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Photos, Photos Everywhere: Where are Your Pictures

Photos, Photos Everywhere: Where are Your Pictures

One of the first steps any photo organizer will tell you to take when you want to organize your pictures is to gather your photos all together in one place.  Even I have said that a time or two. This step, however, may be still very overwhelming for you. To help get you started on this quest to find all of your printed pictures and your digital photos, I’ve brainstormed a couple of lists to help you get started.

 

Your Pictures Are Your Stories: Tell Them

Your Pictures Are Your Stories: Tell Them

What are pictures? Sure, they are images printed on paper or bits and bytes on your computer, but when all is said and done they are the stories of your life. They capture all the moments of your life - the first moments of your daughter’s life, your grandmother’s college friends, the pride on your husband’s face as he accepts a well-deserved award, what you had for lunch.

 

9 Organizing Basics

9 Organizing Basics

Becoming more organized doesn’t have to be complicated especially when you know some organizing basics. These are simple, easy to follow ideas that give you a good foundation for decluttering and simplifying your daily life.

 

Three Organizing Pitfalls to Avoid

Three Organizing Pitfalls to Avoid

Even the most organized person can fall victim to a variety of organizing pitfalls. These are often mindsets that keep us from reaching our goals and making our lives a little easier. Here are three organizing pitfalls that I see a lot.

 

All Setup, No Maintenance

The Reality of Magazine Pictures

The Reality of Magazine Pictures

Browsing through home decorating and organizing magazine pictures or scrolling around Pinterest can give you inspiration or it can give you an inferiority complex.  I mean, really, how many people really keep their closet so perfectly color coded or their pantry stocked with all matching containers? I’m sure there are some people who live this way but for most of us, we are lucky if our clothes get hung up and the groceries disappear behind the pantry door.

 

Celebrate winter with a 'wonderfest' at the Museum of Aviation

Celebrate winter with a 'wonderfest' at the Museum of Aviation

The second annual Winter Wonderfest will be held at the Museum of Aviation at the end of the month.

According to a news release, the activities will be held Saturday, June 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, January 31 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The release states there will be activites like stunt jumps, rock wall climbing, bounce houses, food trucks, a craft show and more. 

Tickets for children ages 6 and under are $12; ages 7 and older are $15.

To enter the craft show or for more information, call Jenny Maas at 478-926-2791 or by e-mail.

Good Life Organizing's Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

Good Life Organizing's Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

2015 has been a great year here at Good Life Organizing and I thought I would share my top 10 blog posts with you just one more time. It seems like there is a theme when it comes to popularity - closets and photographs - which just happen to be two of my favorite things to organize. Enjoy the post countdown and please comment and let me know what you think!

10. 10 Pieces of Paper You Can Toss Now