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Tips to organizing your printed photos. Tips from Personal Photo Organizer Andi Willis of Good Life Organizing

Organizing Your Printed Photos

Organize your genealogy from the very beginning. Guest post from Genealogist Lisa Lisson. Professional Organizing Andi Willis of Good Life Organizing.

How To Deal with Your Memorabilia: Part 2 | Good Life Organizing

How To Deal with Your Memorabilia: Part 2

Advice from 10 organizing experts on managing your memorabilia. Professional Organizer Andi Willis of Good Life Organizing

4 Ways to Display Your Memorabilia

How to Deal with Your Memorabilia: Part 1

4 Ways to Display Your Memorabilia

Photo Organizing: Do you really need to keep all those photos? | GoodLifeOrganizing.net

Stop Photo Clutter: Do You Really Need To Keep All Those Photos

You don't need to keep all of those photos. It's time to get rid of the photo clutter. Advice from Photo Organizer Andi Willis of Good Life Organizing

The progression of photographic formats in the 1800s. Nearly all consumer photographs in the 19th century were produced by one of these technologies. #photography

"Most Common Photographic Types of the Century" ~ Nearly all consumer photographs in the were produced by one of these technologies. By recognizing the photographic format, you can more easily date the photo and your ancestor.

"Family history" road trip inspiration! Each of us are & have become as a direct result of those who went before. And for their sacrifices, courage, curiosity, hard work & achievements I thank you & hope to continue the foundation for those who come after. - Ellen McCarry Hopps:

"Dear Ancestor" ~ Each of us are here and who we are as a direct result of our ancestors who came before us. Let us honor and thank them as well as recognize their sacrifices, courage, curiosity, hard work & achievements.

Download our new, free genealogy e-book: “23 Secrets to Organize Your Genealogy”

Tips: 23 Secrets to Organize Your Genealogy

5 Questions To Ask Your Parents or Grandparents This Week. Week 1

5 Questions To Ask Your Parents or Grandparents This Week. Week 1 ~ Teach Me Genealogy History project

Eliminate duplicate

How to Deal with Your Memorabilia: Part 1

Eliminate duplicate

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Understand your Family history and few important thinks about how to use family history to build your visual family tree.

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