“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”
– Unknown Author
A vacation travel album is a fantastic way to organize and remember the fun times you had touring Europe with friends, taking a cruise, family camping, and road trip adventures. Each album tells a lively story so you can relive those experiences now or even decades later!
There is something extra special about a classic printed travel album you can hold in your hands, flipping through the pages, that makes you feel like you’re experiencing the emotions and activities with family and friends all over again.
Whether you’re in the pre-planning stage of your trip or you just got home yesterday, we have great advice on what to include and different ways to organize your travel album to remember the best moments of your trip.
The month of February celebrates love, and we believe the best way to share the love is by preserving sentimental old photos that have been aging for years in a Heritage Album. These are large books full of black and white pictures with white borders and deteriorating edges, held in place by photo corners – or what’s left of them. They are old family treasures that take our family back in time to the 1920s through the 50s, but, unfortunately, the large scrapbook format wasn’t designed to last forever. No need to panic; we got this.
It’s a new year and an excellent time to resolve to unclutter your life, home, or workplace. One place to start is your print photo collection, so you can finally get rid of all the boxes and display and share as many of your memories as possible. We help guide you through assessing and organizing your photo collection!
But photos aren’t the only thing cluttering up your environment. We share ways to clean out closets and maximize storage at home and in business, from important documents to clothing and kids’ toys.
We all have them hidden away in our closets and basements.
It’s those shoeboxes and plastic bins overflowing with years of unorganized photos.
Happily, you can leave the hard work of scanning and organizing those printed photos to us.
When our clients make the investment to have us organize their photos, they often wonder what they can do to speed up the process. In other words, our clients want to know “What’s my role in the organizing process?”
The thought of giving our mess to someone else can be intimidating. But with just a small amount of preparation before we receive your photos, we find that our client projects run more efficiently right out of the gate, saving you time and money.
Here’s some simple tasks to get your print photos ready for us to organize. (more…)
Family photos are priceless and intensely personal.
We don’t want just anyone to view the sacred and intimate moments of our lives – so we are careful about sharing our photos with others.
Perhaps you want someone to help you organize your photos, or create an album. But you’re reluctant to hire a professional without assurance that they’ll keep your photos private and protected.
At Picture This Organized, we understand the gravity of trusting someone with your photo collection. Here are three reasons why you can feel confident when you hire Picture This Organized as your professional photo organizing team. (more…)
At Picture This Organized, we make our home in Colorado. But some of our clients, like Sheila Monkarsh, do not!
Several years ago, while packing to move from Colorado to California, Sheila was staring at thousands of printed photographs stored in plastic bins. She knew she couldn’t move all of them, because their new home would have less storage space and no basement.
The professional organizer working with Sheila suggested she contact Picture This Organized to digitize her photos before the move.
But our relationship with Sheila didn’t end when she left Colorado!
This is the story of how technology allowed us to continue working on Sheila’s photo collection in Colorado, while she got settled in on the west coast. (more…)
Summer has flown and back to school season is here. College students are moving into dorms and small apartments, and secondary school students are decorating their lockers.
Whether setting up a dorm room, small apartment, office, or desk, it’s nice to include little reminders of home in your decor.
Some of those reminders can be family photos. This may include a few photos of parents, siblings, best friends, and family pets.
The challenge: in small spaces, there’s very little room to decorate, and a lot of the space for displaying photos is shared with other people (like roommates).
Here are our favorite ideas for displaying photo reminders of home in small living spaces. (more…)