Scrapbooking : How To Scrapbook

In old shoe boxes, files under the bed, folders on the computer, and stuck on my cell phone. So every time I wanted to scrap I'd have to go through all these places just to find a photo I could use. But that's not all…

I felt guilty about the pictures sitting in boxes too. The thought of them gathering dust and decaying use to TERRIFY me.

In fact, I had nightmares about opening the box to see them in brittle bits and pieces. My dream ended with me frantically trying to glue them back together as they fell out of my hands.

And then there was all the photos I stored my computer. I'd heard about "computer crashes" and I'd panic at the thought of that ever happening to me. Because deep down I knew if it did happen, I would lose years of memories.

I needed to be able to find my photos quickly and easily. I needed store them in a way that wasn't hurting them. And I needed back up copies in case something should happen to them.

But over time, as my photo collection grew and became MORE unorganized,  I decided that there must be an easier way to organize them. So I decided to go searching for an answer…

After spending hours devouring everything I could on photo organization a light bulb went off in my head…

I realised that because everyone has a different personality, everyone probably organizes differently.

For instance, some people want to organize EVERYTHING, and others just want to be "generally" organized. And trying to organize in a way that's not natural for you is going to be as natural as a fish riding a bicycle.

After hours of research, I finally discovered what type of organizer I was. Then…

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