“No organizing project is more daunting than photographs, and no one is better equipped to walk you through the process than Cathi Nelson!” -Julie Morgenstern, New York Times Best-selling Author
Our photos. They are the keepers of our most precious memories and the tellers of our most cherished stories. But in the digital age, and when free time is nonexistent, organizing your photos – the thousands stored in shoeboxes under your bed, in fading photo albums, and on your phone – is a daunting task! In Photo Organizing Made Easy: Going from Overwhelmed to Overjoyed, professional photo organizers share their eight, doable steps to help you organize, maintain, and most importantly, enjoy your photos. You’ll learn how to tackle the challenges of time and technology, have access to trusted resources when you need a helping hand, and benefit from expert advice. We are a people of stories. Taking the time to organize your photos is a priceless investment and a gift your loved ones will treasure for generations to come.
No organizing project is more daunting than photographs, and no one is better equipped to walk you through the process than Cathi Nelson!
Organizing a life’s worth of photo memories is a daunting process for most of us. That’s probably why we have piles of old photos buried in drawers and a zillion unorganized digital images on our camera rolls. Now in her straightforward, no-nonsense way, Cathi Nelson cuts through the clutter to make the task not only manageable but enjoyable. If you want to get your photos together so you can preserve, enjoy and share a lifetime of memories, Photo Organizing Made Easy is just what you need.
This is a rarity: an inspiring how-to book! Yes, it’s possible, you can make something timeless and beautiful out of that mess you’ve been avoiding. Sharing and preserving family photographs is an act that requires a big heart—and so does writing a book about it. Fortunately, Cathi Nelson has one that’s up to the task. Not only can you become a hero for future generations but you could have the time of your life doing it. This could be one of the most satisfying things you ever do. Who would have thought it? Well, Cathi Nelson. Great book.