photo organizing

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Professor Piers Steel has found a way to explain procrastination as a mathematical formula, and it only took him (wait for it….) 10 years to do it! I don’t know about you, but I find that number funnier every time I think about it. Anyhoo. According to this article on, procrastination rates have been […]

Contrary to popular belief, archivists do not keep everything. In fact, one of my archival professors used this memorable rhyme: “When in doubt, throw it out!” When I tell people this I usually get a surprised look. An archivist? Throwing things out? Yep. I’d be willing to bet I spent more time learning the art […]

Large projects are often dead in the water before they are ever begun. They seem so daunting that just thinking about them is an energy drain. Not good. The key, of course, is to break the project down into smaller (read: do-able) steps. A goal like “I will organize all of my family photographs by […]

In honor of New Year’s and the resolutions we make, I’m going to share some of my all-time favorite photo organizing tips with you this month. Before You Start: Find Expert Advice The best place to start is to attend a workshop or get your hands on a decent how-to book. Since these are your […]