“It’s good to have a plan” that is a phrase that echoes around our house quite often and especially during busy times of the year. We plan for all sorts of things, grocery shopping, vacations, car maintenance, weather…. Let’s make a plan for what to do with your photos! In a perfect world,Continue reading “Monthly Photo Management Tips”
Even I would not have thought of this benefit to having my photos organized… confirming when the passports were last updated. Crazy you say?
In honor of World Wide Backup Day 2021… I’m encouraging you to back up your stuff with a quick overview of backup options for your devices.
My grandmother Florence was born in 1898. When she was born, women could not vote. When she turned 18 in 1916, she still could not vote. Women did not get the vote until this day in 1920, when the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States was ratified. 100 years ago,Continue reading “Women Equality Day and our Grandmothers”
I have to be honest in this space, between the Pandemic crisis and all that has been surrounding it for us here in Massachusettes (College students home two months early, hubby working from home, strict stay-at-home orders, business disruptions and lots of mask making) the economic turmoil exacerbated by the crisis and the horrificContinue reading “Friday Family Stories”
This installment of Friday Family Stories is brought to you by the Triggs clan of Huntington, Indiana circa 1912, 1915 & 1917. I am so fortunate that my Grandpa Triggs put together a book of family stories and photographs years ago so that we can enjoy them! I have a large trove ofContinue reading “Friday Family Stories”
Why I am practicing the “Daily Delete” and you should too… Today I wanted to share about the first step in managing your digital photos, the Daily Delete, specifically on our smartphones. In the 2 sample days I’ve taken 39 photos, which is approximately 20 photos/videos per day / 140 per week / 560Continue reading “Digital Photo Management: The Daily Delete”