Fabulous Fall Collage credits:
1. united colors of autumn, 2. Cheerful Pumpkin, 3. water, 4. Le chemin, 5. Fall[en], 6. week in the life : pumpkins on the porch, 7. Fall Waterfall, 8. P1000169, 9. P1000127, 10. At home in the pumpkin patch, 11. a bowl of autumn, 12. A tinge of Autumn, 13. Pumpkins and Leaf, 14. Stripey, 15. It’s October, 16. Last of the fall leaves
Happy first day of October! It’s a great month for making and documenting memories. October is one of my favorite months. There are a few things I can always count on in the month of October -
It will probably snow at least once. Everyone is always shocked by this for some reason (including me).
I will eat too much candy. I seem to think it’s part of getting ready for Halloween or something, even though we don’t really do all that much to celebrate that holiday.
Pinterest will become ridiculously overrun with pumpkin-related pins. This is great for people who like to eat pumpkin stuff, but I’m not one of those people.
Hope you all have a great month ahead!
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Fabulous Fall Collage credits:

1. united colors of autumn, 2. Cheerful Pumpkin, 3. water, 4. Le chemin, 5. Fall[en], 6. week in the life : pumpkins on the porch, 7. Fall Waterfall, 8. P1000169, 9. P1000127, 10. At home in the pumpkin patch, 11. a bowl of autumn, 12. A tinge of Autumn, 13. Pumpkins and Leaf, 14. Stripey, 15. It’s October, 16. Last of the fall leaves

Happy first day of October! It’s a great month for making and documenting memories. October is one of my favorite months. There are a few things I can always count on in the month of October -

  • It will probably snow at least once. Everyone is always shocked by this for some reason (including me).
  • I will eat too much candy. I seem to think it’s part of getting ready for Halloween or something, even though we don’t really do all that much to celebrate that holiday.
  • Pinterest will become ridiculously overrun with pumpkin-related pins. This is great for people who like to eat pumpkin stuff, but I’m not one of those people.

Hope you all have a great month ahead!

On the last day of every month, I post a little reminder to “roundup” your memories for the month. This simple little exercise will prompt you to take a few minutes and jot down the details of the ending month before the new one takes over.
I’ve been doing monthly roundups since January of 2006 and I can’t even begin to tell you how much easier it has made memory keeping for me! I am constantly referencing my past roundups for ideas for scrapbook pages, and I always have material for journaling now.

Look over your calendar, your blog posts, your photos, or whatever types of records you have kept throughout the month. I find that even reviewing my bank statement jogs my memory about what has happened in the month. After I answer the questions I just post them to my blog and my roundup is done.


Here’s a written list of the Roundup Prompts:
List what you watched, read, and/or listened to in the past month.
What fun things did you do with friends and/or family?
What milestones occurred? Any holidays or celebrations? How about special events?
Talk about the everyday and routine bits of life in the past month.
What good stuff happened? What were the hard things? Anything unusual?
Report on the progress you’ve made toward your goals or list any new goals you have set.

Feel free to copy and paste the above list to use for your own notes. Use these prompts as reminders as you go through your calendar and memories from the past few weeks.If you share online, it would be great if you could also include a link back to this post so others know where to find the roundup.
This is also a great time to get your photos off of SD cards or from your phone. Remember, this is just the gathering phase! Once you are done with your roundup, then it’s time to save your memories and share them if you want to.
Here are a few ideas on how you can use the roundups in your memory keeping:
Online approach
Journal approach
Photo collage approach
Scrapbook or Photobook approach
If you want to download a free Roundup Prompt card to use in your projects, I have a free gift for you here! You will have to enter your email address to get the download, but it isn’t used for anything, it’s just to make sure your file can be delivered.

Have fun doing your roundups!
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On the last day of every month, I post a little reminder to “roundup” your memories for the month. This simple little exercise will prompt you to take a few minutes and jot down the details of the ending month before the new one takes over.

I’ve been doing monthly roundups since January of 2006 and I can’t even begin to tell you how much easier it has made memory keeping for me! I am constantly referencing my past roundups for ideas for scrapbook pages, and I always have material for journaling now.

Look over your calendar, your blog posts, your photos, or whatever types of records you have kept throughout the month. I find that even reviewing my bank statement jogs my memory about what has happened in the month. After I answer the questions I just post them to my blog and my roundup is done.

Here’s a written list of the Roundup Prompts:

  • List what you watched, read, and/or listened to in the past month.
  • What fun things did you do with friends and/or family?
  • What milestones occurred? Any holidays or celebrations? How about special events?
  • Talk about the everyday and routine bits of life in the past month.
  • What good stuff happened? What were the hard things? Anything unusual?
  • Report on the progress you’ve made toward your goals or list any new goals you have set.

Feel free to copy and paste the above list to use for your own notes. Use these prompts as reminders as you go through your calendar and memories from the past few weeks.If you share online, it would be great if you could also include a link back to this post so others know where to find the roundup.

This is also a great time to get your photos off of SD cards or from your phone. Remember, this is just the gathering phase! Once you are done with your roundup, then it’s time to save your memories and share them if you want to.

Here are a few ideas on how you can use the roundups in your memory keeping:

If you want to download a free Roundup Prompt card to use in your projects, I have a free gift for you here! You will have to enter your email address to get the download, but it isn’t used for anything, it’s just to make sure your file can be delivered.

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Have fun doing your roundups!

Every once in a awhile, I stumble across a video that changes my entire perspective (in a good way). Amazingly, this time it was a Coke commercial that touched me. It was filmed in the Philippines but it has a message that applies to anyone in any location.

Love it!

What’s new? Well, there is so much NEW going on in the world of memory keeping that I’m having a hard time keeping up right now. Combine that with a staph and/or strep infection in my leg (from a mosquito bite! Really!) that has taken me to urgent care twice in the last week, a quick weekend excursion to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and my ongoing external hard drive woes and I feel like I have some valid excuses for not keeping up on it all. 
So I’m just going to give you a quick run-down of things I have noticed and I will post more about several of these items next week.

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 13yesterday. It’s big news for digital scrapbookers and photo editors any time there is a new software release from Adobe and I’m happy to say that they just keep making each version better and better. I’ll post a full review next week. I had the chance to attend the virtual press conference with Adobe last week and I was able to work along with the conference host as he unveiled new features. Until then, be sure to check out this post on The Daily Digi for more details. 
Long story short - if you didn’t upgrade for version 12, than you are definitely going to want to upgrade as soon as you can. If you have PSE 12 and aren’t sure about if you want to get 13 or not, I’m hoping my review next week will help you sort that all out.

Becky Higgins new Project Life app has been the talk of the town on social media since it was released last week. I’ve been very interested to see how it would be received and I’m very happy for Becky and her team. I think it’s great that they have made scrapbooking more accessible to so many people. It’s fun to see people creating with their memories.
There have been a lot of questions floating around about the app and you can find more info on Becky’s site here. Many people have been concerned that the layouts don’t export as 300 dpi (the standard in digital scrapbooking), but there have been several posts shared by Persnickety Prints (my favorite printer) showing that the pages print up very nicely and look beautiful in 12x12 size. This blog post will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about. 
I love that the app lets you choose straight or rounded edges. I’ve never been a fan of the rounded edge look, but I know many love it. So glad there are choices! I do wish there were options for shadows in the app, or at least a way to export it with a transparent background so I could add my own shadows.
I will be using the app for some projects and occasional pages so watch for more on that soon.

New iPhone 6 (and 6+) release + new iOS8 release. The Apple Keynote unveiling is always a big deal around here and we got “the gimmies” when we saw all the cool new stuff. My husband is super excited about the watch. I’ve had mixed feelings about the new phone because I didn’t want a bigger phone. I already struggle with being comfortable carrying around a phone in my pocket anyway.
I had decided to wait it out for a while until I ended up over at my AT&T store today for a repair to my son’s iPhone 4. It wasn’t fixable and I decided on the spur of the moment to give him my iPhone 5s and take the upgrade to get myself an iPhone 6. I’ll let you know what I think after it arrives in a few days.
Oh, and I guess it will force me to finally download iOS 8 which I have been putting off until the bugs were worked out. The new iOS also means that a lot of my favorite apps have had some big updates as well. So many changes.


Those are just a FEW of the things that are NEW lately! WHEW!
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What’s new? Well, there is so much NEW going on in the world of memory keeping that I’m having a hard time keeping up right now. Combine that with a staph and/or strep infection in my leg (from a mosquito bite! Really!) that has taken me to urgent care twice in the last week, a quick weekend excursion to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and my ongoing external hard drive woes and I feel like I have some valid excuses for not keeping up on it all. 
So I’m just going to give you a quick run-down of things I have noticed and I will post more about several of these items next week.

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 13yesterday. It’s big news for digital scrapbookers and photo editors any time there is a new software release from Adobe and I’m happy to say that they just keep making each version better and better. I’ll post a full review next week. I had the chance to attend the virtual press conference with Adobe last week and I was able to work along with the conference host as he unveiled new features. Until then, be sure to check out this post on The Daily Digi for more details. 
Long story short - if you didn’t upgrade for version 12, than you are definitely going to want to upgrade as soon as you can. If you have PSE 12 and aren’t sure about if you want to get 13 or not, I’m hoping my review next week will help you sort that all out.

Becky Higgins new Project Life app has been the talk of the town on social media since it was released last week. I’ve been very interested to see how it would be received and I’m very happy for Becky and her team. I think it’s great that they have made scrapbooking more accessible to so many people. It’s fun to see people creating with their memories.
There have been a lot of questions floating around about the app and you can find more info on Becky’s site here. Many people have been concerned that the layouts don’t export as 300 dpi (the standard in digital scrapbooking), but there have been several posts shared by Persnickety Prints (my favorite printer) showing that the pages print up very nicely and look beautiful in 12x12 size. This blog post will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about. 
I love that the app lets you choose straight or rounded edges. I’ve never been a fan of the rounded edge look, but I know many love it. So glad there are choices! I do wish there were options for shadows in the app, or at least a way to export it with a transparent background so I could add my own shadows.
I will be using the app for some projects and occasional pages so watch for more on that soon.

New iPhone 6 (and 6+) release + new iOS8 release. The Apple Keynote unveiling is always a big deal around here and we got “the gimmies” when we saw all the cool new stuff. My husband is super excited about the watch. I’ve had mixed feelings about the new phone because I didn’t want a bigger phone. I already struggle with being comfortable carrying around a phone in my pocket anyway.
I had decided to wait it out for a while until I ended up over at my AT&T store today for a repair to my son’s iPhone 4. It wasn’t fixable and I decided on the spur of the moment to give him my iPhone 5s and take the upgrade to get myself an iPhone 6. I’ll let you know what I think after it arrives in a few days.
Oh, and I guess it will force me to finally download iOS 8 which I have been putting off until the bugs were worked out. The new iOS also means that a lot of my favorite apps have had some big updates as well. So many changes.


Those are just a FEW of the things that are NEW lately! WHEW!
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What’s new? Well, there is so much NEW going on in the world of memory keeping that I’m having a hard time keeping up right now. Combine that with a staph and/or strep infection in my leg (from a mosquito bite! Really!) that has taken me to urgent care twice in the last week, a quick weekend excursion to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and my ongoing external hard drive woes and I feel like I have some valid excuses for not keeping up on it all. 
So I’m just going to give you a quick run-down of things I have noticed and I will post more about several of these items next week.

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 13yesterday. It’s big news for digital scrapbookers and photo editors any time there is a new software release from Adobe and I’m happy to say that they just keep making each version better and better. I’ll post a full review next week. I had the chance to attend the virtual press conference with Adobe last week and I was able to work along with the conference host as he unveiled new features. Until then, be sure to check out this post on The Daily Digi for more details. 
Long story short - if you didn’t upgrade for version 12, than you are definitely going to want to upgrade as soon as you can. If you have PSE 12 and aren’t sure about if you want to get 13 or not, I’m hoping my review next week will help you sort that all out.

Becky Higgins new Project Life app has been the talk of the town on social media since it was released last week. I’ve been very interested to see how it would be received and I’m very happy for Becky and her team. I think it’s great that they have made scrapbooking more accessible to so many people. It’s fun to see people creating with their memories.
There have been a lot of questions floating around about the app and you can find more info on Becky’s site here. Many people have been concerned that the layouts don’t export as 300 dpi (the standard in digital scrapbooking), but there have been several posts shared by Persnickety Prints (my favorite printer) showing that the pages print up very nicely and look beautiful in 12x12 size. This blog post will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about. 
I love that the app lets you choose straight or rounded edges. I’ve never been a fan of the rounded edge look, but I know many love it. So glad there are choices! I do wish there were options for shadows in the app, or at least a way to export it with a transparent background so I could add my own shadows.
I will be using the app for some projects and occasional pages so watch for more on that soon.

New iPhone 6 (and 6+) release + new iOS8 release. The Apple Keynote unveiling is always a big deal around here and we got “the gimmies” when we saw all the cool new stuff. My husband is super excited about the watch. I’ve had mixed feelings about the new phone because I didn’t want a bigger phone. I already struggle with being comfortable carrying around a phone in my pocket anyway.
I had decided to wait it out for a while until I ended up over at my AT&T store today for a repair to my son’s iPhone 4. It wasn’t fixable and I decided on the spur of the moment to give him my iPhone 5s and take the upgrade to get myself an iPhone 6. I’ll let you know what I think after it arrives in a few days.
Oh, and I guess it will force me to finally download iOS 8 which I have been putting off until the bugs were worked out. The new iOS also means that a lot of my favorite apps have had some big updates as well. So many changes.


Those are just a FEW of the things that are NEW lately! WHEW!
Zoom
Info
What’s new? Well, there is so much NEW going on in the world of memory keeping that I’m having a hard time keeping up right now. Combine that with a staph and/or strep infection in my leg (from a mosquito bite! Really!) that has taken me to urgent care twice in the last week, a quick weekend excursion to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and my ongoing external hard drive woes and I feel like I have some valid excuses for not keeping up on it all. 
So I’m just going to give you a quick run-down of things I have noticed and I will post more about several of these items next week.

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 13yesterday. It’s big news for digital scrapbookers and photo editors any time there is a new software release from Adobe and I’m happy to say that they just keep making each version better and better. I’ll post a full review next week. I had the chance to attend the virtual press conference with Adobe last week and I was able to work along with the conference host as he unveiled new features. Until then, be sure to check out this post on The Daily Digi for more details. 
Long story short - if you didn’t upgrade for version 12, than you are definitely going to want to upgrade as soon as you can. If you have PSE 12 and aren’t sure about if you want to get 13 or not, I’m hoping my review next week will help you sort that all out.

Becky Higgins new Project Life app has been the talk of the town on social media since it was released last week. I’ve been very interested to see how it would be received and I’m very happy for Becky and her team. I think it’s great that they have made scrapbooking more accessible to so many people. It’s fun to see people creating with their memories.
There have been a lot of questions floating around about the app and you can find more info on Becky’s site here. Many people have been concerned that the layouts don’t export as 300 dpi (the standard in digital scrapbooking), but there have been several posts shared by Persnickety Prints (my favorite printer) showing that the pages print up very nicely and look beautiful in 12x12 size. This blog post will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about. 
I love that the app lets you choose straight or rounded edges. I’ve never been a fan of the rounded edge look, but I know many love it. So glad there are choices! I do wish there were options for shadows in the app, or at least a way to export it with a transparent background so I could add my own shadows.
I will be using the app for some projects and occasional pages so watch for more on that soon.

New iPhone 6 (and 6+) release + new iOS8 release. The Apple Keynote unveiling is always a big deal around here and we got “the gimmies” when we saw all the cool new stuff. My husband is super excited about the watch. I’ve had mixed feelings about the new phone because I didn’t want a bigger phone. I already struggle with being comfortable carrying around a phone in my pocket anyway.
I had decided to wait it out for a while until I ended up over at my AT&T store today for a repair to my son’s iPhone 4. It wasn’t fixable and I decided on the spur of the moment to give him my iPhone 5s and take the upgrade to get myself an iPhone 6. I’ll let you know what I think after it arrives in a few days.
Oh, and I guess it will force me to finally download iOS 8 which I have been putting off until the bugs were worked out. The new iOS also means that a lot of my favorite apps have had some big updates as well. So many changes.


Those are just a FEW of the things that are NEW lately! WHEW!
Zoom
Info
What’s new? Well, there is so much NEW going on in the world of memory keeping that I’m having a hard time keeping up right now. Combine that with a staph and/or strep infection in my leg (from a mosquito bite! Really!) that has taken me to urgent care twice in the last week, a quick weekend excursion to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and my ongoing external hard drive woes and I feel like I have some valid excuses for not keeping up on it all. 
So I’m just going to give you a quick run-down of things I have noticed and I will post more about several of these items next week.

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 13yesterday. It’s big news for digital scrapbookers and photo editors any time there is a new software release from Adobe and I’m happy to say that they just keep making each version better and better. I’ll post a full review next week. I had the chance to attend the virtual press conference with Adobe last week and I was able to work along with the conference host as he unveiled new features. Until then, be sure to check out this post on The Daily Digi for more details. 
Long story short - if you didn’t upgrade for version 12, than you are definitely going to want to upgrade as soon as you can. If you have PSE 12 and aren’t sure about if you want to get 13 or not, I’m hoping my review next week will help you sort that all out.

Becky Higgins new Project Life app has been the talk of the town on social media since it was released last week. I’ve been very interested to see how it would be received and I’m very happy for Becky and her team. I think it’s great that they have made scrapbooking more accessible to so many people. It’s fun to see people creating with their memories.
There have been a lot of questions floating around about the app and you can find more info on Becky’s site here. Many people have been concerned that the layouts don’t export as 300 dpi (the standard in digital scrapbooking), but there have been several posts shared by Persnickety Prints (my favorite printer) showing that the pages print up very nicely and look beautiful in 12x12 size. This blog post will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about. 
I love that the app lets you choose straight or rounded edges. I’ve never been a fan of the rounded edge look, but I know many love it. So glad there are choices! I do wish there were options for shadows in the app, or at least a way to export it with a transparent background so I could add my own shadows.
I will be using the app for some projects and occasional pages so watch for more on that soon.

New iPhone 6 (and 6+) release + new iOS8 release. The Apple Keynote unveiling is always a big deal around here and we got “the gimmies” when we saw all the cool new stuff. My husband is super excited about the watch. I’ve had mixed feelings about the new phone because I didn’t want a bigger phone. I already struggle with being comfortable carrying around a phone in my pocket anyway.
I had decided to wait it out for a while until I ended up over at my AT&T store today for a repair to my son’s iPhone 4. It wasn’t fixable and I decided on the spur of the moment to give him my iPhone 5s and take the upgrade to get myself an iPhone 6. I’ll let you know what I think after it arrives in a few days.
Oh, and I guess it will force me to finally download iOS 8 which I have been putting off until the bugs were worked out. The new iOS also means that a lot of my favorite apps have had some big updates as well. So many changes.


Those are just a FEW of the things that are NEW lately! WHEW!
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What’s new? Well, there is so much NEW going on in the world of memory keeping that I’m having a hard time keeping up right now. Combine that with a staph and/or strep infection in my leg (from a mosquito bite! Really!) that has taken me to urgent care twice in the last week, a quick weekend excursion to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and my ongoing external hard drive woes and I feel like I have some valid excuses for not keeping up on it all. 

So I’m just going to give you a quick run-down of things I have noticed and I will post more about several of these items next week.

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 13yesterday. It’s big news for digital scrapbookers and photo editors any time there is a new software release from Adobe and I’m happy to say that they just keep making each version better and better. I’ll post a full review next week. I had the chance to attend the virtual press conference with Adobe last week and I was able to work along with the conference host as he unveiled new features. Until then, be sure to check out this post on The Daily Digi for more details. 

Long story short - if you didn’t upgrade for version 12, than you are definitely going to want to upgrade as soon as you can. If you have PSE 12 and aren’t sure about if you want to get 13 or not, I’m hoping my review next week will help you sort that all out.

Becky Higgins new Project Life app has been the talk of the town on social media since it was released last week. I’ve been very interested to see how it would be received and I’m very happy for Becky and her team. I think it’s great that they have made scrapbooking more accessible to so many people. It’s fun to see people creating with their memories.

There have been a lot of questions floating around about the app and you can find more info on Becky’s site here. Many people have been concerned that the layouts don’t export as 300 dpi (the standard in digital scrapbooking), but there have been several posts shared by Persnickety Prints (my favorite printer) showing that the pages print up very nicely and look beautiful in 12x12 size. This blog post will give you a good idea of what I’m talking about. 

I love that the app lets you choose straight or rounded edges. I’ve never been a fan of the rounded edge look, but I know many love it. So glad there are choices! I do wish there were options for shadows in the app, or at least a way to export it with a transparent background so I could add my own shadows.

I will be using the app for some projects and occasional pages so watch for more on that soon.

New iPhone 6 (and 6+) release + new iOS8 release. The Apple Keynote unveiling is always a big deal around here and we got “the gimmies” when we saw all the cool new stuff. My husband is super excited about the watch. I’ve had mixed feelings about the new phone because I didn’t want a bigger phone. I already struggle with being comfortable carrying around a phone in my pocket anyway.

I had decided to wait it out for a while until I ended up over at my AT&T store today for a repair to my son’s iPhone 4. It wasn’t fixable and I decided on the spur of the moment to give him my iPhone 5s and take the upgrade to get myself an iPhone 6. I’ll let you know what I think after it arrives in a few days.

Oh, and I guess it will force me to finally download iOS 8 which I have been putting off until the bugs were worked out. The new iOS also means that a lot of my favorite apps have had some big updates as well. So many changes.

Those are just a FEW of the things that are NEW lately! WHEW!

I’m so excited to help Be Photo Wise announce the first annual Save Your Photos Day coming this Saturday, September 27th!
What is Save Your Photos Day? Save Your Photos Day is a global event intended to educate the public about the importance of safeguarding their treasured photos. As digital media continues to expand, we can not keep up. Most of us have not developed a system to organize, preserve, and display our printed and digital photos. We are literally drowning in a sea of photos.
Unfortunately, in the digital age we live in, it does not just take an event such as a tornado, flood or fire to wipe out our cherished memories. A crashed hard drive, lost cell phone or misplaced SD card can have the same impact on your photos and treasured memorabilia as a flood or tornado. We want to help you prepare before disaster strikes! Save Your Photos Day is open to anyone and everyone who wants to learn more about safeguarding their photos and treasured memorabilia.
When is Save Your Photos Day? The first annual Save Your Photos Day is September 27th. There are currently 59 Save Your Photos Day free local events planned in 25 states, 3 countries and it’s still growing! 
In an effort to help you get organized and safeguard your photos, Be Photo Wise is offering a Free Save Your Photos Day online class.You will learn:

the importance of preserving your family photos
how and why you should organize your printed and digital photos
what you can do to safeguard your photos from hard drive failure, fires, floods and other unforseen disasters
Join the private Save Your Photos Day Facebook group where you will be able to ask questions, post comments and chat with everyone in the class.  The group will be open for participation for two weeks.  
Space is limited so sign up to reserve your spot now.

After you sign up, you’ll receive a confirmation email in just minutes. On September 27th you will receive an email with the class contents.  You will also be subscribed to the Be Photo Wise newsletter.

I’ve already signed up and I hope you will do the same. It’s free and it is SO important! I recently had a complete failure of an external hard drive, but I had all my photos backed up online as well so I didn’t lose anything. Make sure you understand how to protect your precious photos!
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I’m so excited to help Be Photo Wise announce the first annual Save Your Photos Day coming this Saturday, September 27th!

What is Save Your Photos Day? Save Your Photos Day is a global event intended to educate the public about the importance of safeguarding their treasured photos. As digital media continues to expand, we can not keep up. Most of us have not developed a system to organize, preserve, and display our printed and digital photos. We are literally drowning in a sea of photos.

Unfortunately, in the digital age we live in, it does not just take an event such as a tornado, flood or fire to wipe out our cherished memories. A crashed hard drive, lost cell phone or misplaced SD card can have the same impact on your photos and treasured memorabilia as a flood or tornado. We want to help you prepare before disaster strikes! Save Your Photos Day is open to anyone and everyone who wants to learn more about safeguarding their photos and treasured memorabilia.

When is Save Your Photos Day? The first annual Save Your Photos Day is September 27th. There are currently 59 Save Your Photos Day free local events planned in 25 states, 3 countries and it’s still growing! 

In an effort to help you get organized and safeguard your photos, Be Photo Wise is offering a Free Save Your Photos Day online class.

You will learn:

  • the importance of preserving your family photos
  • how and why you should organize your printed and digital photos
  • what you can do to safeguard your photos from hard drive failure, fires, floods and other unforseen disasters

Join the private Save Your Photos Day Facebook group where you will be able to ask questions, post comments and chat with everyone in the class.  The group will be open for participation for two weeks.  

Space is limited so sign up to reserve your spot now.

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After you sign up, you’ll receive a confirmation email in just minutes. 
On September 27th you will receive an email with the class contents.  You will also be subscribed to the Be Photo Wise newsletter.

I’ve already signed up and I hope you will do the same. It’s free and it is SO important! I recently had a complete failure of an external hard drive, but I had all my photos backed up online as well so I didn’t lose anything. Make sure you understand how to protect your precious photos!

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