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Saving Your Kids’ School Keepsakes & Artwork: Five Steps to Get Organized and Preserve Memories

Saving Your Kids’ School Keepsakes & Artwork: Five Steps to Get Organized and Preserve Memories

Cotton balls, popsicle sticks, finger painting, oh my! The works of art from our budding “Michelangelos” are their pride and joy – and our precious keepsakes. But when every swing of the refrigerator door creates a snowfall of glitter, and every turn of the head is greeted with orange, bigheaded smiling people and handprint turkeys, […]

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Discovering Your Family History: Six Tools to Start Your Search

Discovering Your Family History: Six Tools to Start Your Search

Each family history discovery is exciting. Not everyone will uncover acclaimed American Revolutionary heroes or will trace their lineage to a royal family, but every document revealed paints a picture of a time gone by. Some findings hint at greater family mysteries that tickle the imagination. Imagine discovering a family link to two brothers who […]

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Posted in: Family History and Genealogy, Photo Projects

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Christmas in July: How to Plan Your Holiday Photo Gifts Now!

Christmas in July: How to Plan Your Holiday Photo Gifts Now!

Would you like to gift a heartfelt photo project to a loved one this holiday season? Celebrate Christmas in July – and plan ahead now – so your project is ready in time for the holidays! As we enjoy the warm, inviting days of summer on the beach or patio, my friend Brittany is dressing […]

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Posted in: Holidays, Photo Gifts, Photo Projects

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Leave Your Kids the Memories – Not the Mess!

Leave Your Kids the Memories – Not the Mess!

How Parents Can Help Their Children and Families Organize Forever Memories Today It’s a painful and emotional journey – organizing and downsizing an aging or departed parent’s home – or alternatively, consolidating family memories for your kids and grandkids before any adversity occurs. Unfortunately, it’s also a trying, troubling experience that almost no family will […]

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