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5 Strategies to Win the War on Your Inbox

5 Strategies to Win the War on Your Inbox

Remember when getting a new email was fun? Not that long ago, it was the best place to find an opportunity to succeed at work or information about a hobby you love. Now, you have 1500 unread emails every week – and it’s not so fun anymore. How can you dig out of your inbox […]

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3 Inspiring Ways to Document a Breast Cancer Survivor’s Journey

3 Inspiring Ways to Document a Breast Cancer Survivor’s Journey

Here’s how photo and video projects can motivate breast cancer warriors and document triumph forever. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Team OXO Digital Organizing is celebrating breast cancer survivors and their courageous journeys. As a woman-owned business and entirely female staff, the common threat of a breast cancer diagnosis affects us all too […]

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Posted in: Photo Projects

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Four Ways Looking at Family Photos Improves Our Mental Health

Four Ways Looking at Family Photos Improves Our Mental Health

The Digital Organizing team at OXO breaks down why looking at family photos can improve our mental health. Are you guilty of photo hoarding? Too often, we upload thousands of photos to our laptops and the cloud and seldom look at them again. What’s more, our digitized world has caused us to forget our family […]

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Posted in: Family History and Genealogy

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Identifying an Era: 5 Ways to Date Family Photos

Identifying an Era: 5 Ways to Date Family Photos

Do you need help identifying old family photos? Whether you’ve inherited your grandmother’s collection of photo albums and the time periods are a mystery to you, seek answers to questions about family lineage, or otherwise require assistance uncovering the past; with a little time and research, you’ll soon be on your way to photo identification! […]

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Posted in: Family History and Genealogy, Photo Projects

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