Most of us have hundreds, if not thousands of photos in our phones and on other devices creating overwhelming photo clutter.
Gone are the days when you had to be intentional about how many photos you took with film cameras. With the invention of digital cameras and the unbelievable tiny cameras we carry in our pockets, the number of photos you can take is basically limitless.
But photo clutter, both physical and digital, can take a toll on us. It’s just like any other clutter in our lives, plus, it holds our most precious memories.
- You may worry you’ll lose the images if they’re not stored properly.
- You may have trouble finding photos when you need one.
- You may have boxes and boxes of photos lying around that you haven’t looked at in years.
- You may feel overwhelmed and guilty for having these memories stored away on your devices and in your basement.
You’re not the only one feeling the burden of your photo clutter. In fact, it’s a very common problem and one I want to inspire you to tackle right now.
In this episode of The Simple Home Podcast, I’ll walk you through my process for curating and organizing both digital and printed photos so you can enjoy them rather than store them away.
Say goodbye to your photo clutter, once and for all!
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Links From This Episode
- Free Photo Clutter Checklist
- Curate And Cherish- Take a deep dive into your photo clutter and get all your photos organized for good.
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