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Paper Purge: Organize Your Printed Photos
Paper Purge: Organize Your Printed Photos

Are you hesitant to organize your printed photos because you don’t know where to start? Here are few tips to help you get going.

1. Gather all of your loose pictures into one place so you can see what you have.

2. Decide what you want to do with your pictures. Do you just want to organized them and store them in photo boxes? Do you want to make photo albums? Do you want to display them on the wall? This will help you have a plan of attack.

3. If you are going to organize your photos in boxes or in albums, how are you arrange the pictures? You can do it chronologically or by family member or by events (Christmas, birthdays, vacations). Whatever works for you and how you think when you want to find a specific picture.

4. I hereby give you permission to throw away the blurry shots, the ones what cut off your kids’ heads and 9 out of the 10 pictures you took of the view out your hotel window. Reduce the photo clutter!

Like all organizing project don’t worry about getting it all done in one sitting. Working a little at a time can help reduce the overwhelm of this kind of project. Happy organizing!

 

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Want more quick tips to get organized in a snap? Check out Good Life’s “Two Minutes to Organized” Ebook at http://www.goodlifeorganizing.net/TwoMinutestoOrganized.html .

Find Andi at Good Life Organizing, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. You can also contact her by email or (478) 550-1969.

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