This is the 22nd day in a series: 31 Days of Memory Keeping. Check out all the posts here.
This month, I have shared a lot of different ideas to do SOMETHING with your photos.
As memory keepers, we take a lot of photos.
It’s our nature.
But life gets busy.
And lots of times, we don’t do anything with those photos.
They just sit on our hard drives.
This morning I was so inspired by this video from my friend Stacy Julian. She talks about the importance to do something with just some of our photos.
Did you catch that? Just some of them.
So this weekend I want to encourage you to take action and do something with some your photos.
This is my first weekend home in a few weeks, and I am planning to start to get caught up on my Project Life album. I am going to get my album’s photos organized on my hard drive, uploaded and ordered (I am months behind on ordering) and work on some of the journaling cards.
Because I am so behind, I have been pushing this off. But I need to get going. The end will be worth it!
Sometimes it is the getting started that is the hardest, isn’t it?
If you need to get photos printed (like me), here’s a couple great deals:
- On Snapfish, get 100 photos printed for just $6 shipped! Visit Snapfish, upload and order your prints, then add the code PRINTSFREE (expires Nov. 30).
- On Walgreens, get a FREE 8×10 photo collage (I love making these and inserting them into my Project Life album). Upload your photos, make the collage and use the code CLG8X10 (expires today – Oct. 22). You can also get 50% off photo calendars from Walgreens with the code HALFCAL (expires Oct. 24).
- New KODAK Gallery Members get 50 Free Prints + $10 off your first order with this link.
If you don’t need to get photos printed, you could:
- Make a photo canvas (for free!)
- Make a photo book (for free!)
- Do a mini photo shoot
- Make a photo card and send it to a loved one
Leave a comment with what something YOU are going to do with your photos.
Let’s encourage one another!