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5 Egg-citing Easter 2017 Photo Ideas for Preserving Family Memories

5 Egg-citing Easter 2017 Photo Ideas for Preserving Family Memories

Happy Easter, Central Florida! Here are five amazing ways to take memorable family Easter photos this weekend: 1. Take Natural, Fun, Candid Photos Capture the excitement of egg hunts and Easter basket reveals for your children and the rest of the family. Did your son trip over an egg? Did dad give the girls too much […]

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6 Unexpected Benefits of Organizing and Digitizing Your Photos

6 Unexpected Benefits of Organizing and Digitizing Your Photos

Some of the benefits of organizing and digitizing your photos are obvious, like that overstuffed closet of shoeboxes that desperately needs a makeover. What you may not know, however, is there are several additional advantages to scanning and backing up your family photos that make a bigger impact on your life than merely ridding yourself […]

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Christmas in July: How to Create Five Photo Gift Projects Your Family Will Love

Christmas in July: How to Create Five Photo Gift Projects Your Family Will Love

You’re making heartfelt holiday photo gifts this season! Now it’s time to decide what you want to create – and allow yourself enough time to plan the perfect project just in time for Christmas. These gift project ideas hand-selected by our team at OXO Digital Organizing will spark your imagination and get you inspired for […]

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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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A Father’s Legacy: Sharing Dad’s Story Today and Tomorrow

A Father’s Legacy: Sharing Dad’s Story Today and Tomorrow

Women are natural communicators. Blessed with the “gift of gab,” we have no problem telling friends and family about our day and expressing our feelings. We also find it quite easy – and natural – to show our parents, siblings, and children how much we love them. As the book by John Gray, PhD says, […]

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10 Must Have Photos that Celebrate Mom, Photography, and Life

10 Must Have Photos that Celebrate Mom, Photography, and Life

May is a month to celebrate Moms – and photos! It’s National Photo Month, after all, so here at OXO, we’re continuing to celebrate both – by showing you just how you can celebrate your Mom always – through the art of photography. Mom’s photos show us who we are, where we’ve come from, and […]

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In Case of Emergency: How to Get Digitally Organized for Your Loved Ones

In Case of Emergency: How to Get Digitally Organized for Your Loved Ones

“Family is not an important thing. It’s everything.” – Michael J. Fox Family is the most precious part of our lives. After the work day ends, our evening activities wind down, and our friends head home, family is always there to support us, strengthen us, and stand with us, through our greatest – and toughest […]

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3 Steps to Organizing Photos and Vital Info for Your Loved Ones

3 Steps to Organizing Photos and Vital Info for Your Loved Ones

Organizing our most precious photos and documents for safekeeping is a task that seems to be on everyone’s to-do list – but faced with the demands of everyday life, these projects often fall by the wayside. Tackling piles of old family photos or hunting for wills and insurance info can be emotionally draining, so we […]

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