Sorta Awesome Podcast: August 13, 2021
Episode 328: The Photo Organizing Advice You Are Going to Love!
Thanks to Sorta Awesome host and fellow Oklahoman, Meg Tietz, for having me on the show! You can listen to the full episode for free on your favorite podcast app or find it along with all the show notes on their website. (And p.s. I’ll be back again in September!)
If you’re new around here, welcome! Be sure to stop by and say hi on Instagram and Facebook, explore the website to learn a few things about me, and connect. I’d love to help you with your stories and your photos!
For easy reference, here’s a roundup of all the resources I mentioned during the episode.
My Awesome of the Week: Branch Basics
So I may be an organizer, but cleaning is not my favorite past time – ha! I do, however, love Branch Basics and have used it for about two years. Here are three reasons why: 1) I love supporting small businesses, especially ones created by other women entrepreneurs, 2) it replaces all my other cleaning products, and 3) most importantly, it’s completely non-toxic for me and the earth. I seriously use it for everything from rinsing fruits and vegetables to cleaning the bathroom, laundry, and removing carpet stains. It’s a completely clean product and it actually cleans – win, win!
You can save $10 on your first order when you use this link.
- The One Place to NEVER Store Your Digital Photos
- Google Photos: Understanding Big Changes
- Digital Photo Organizing: Where to Start
- I’m clearly a fan of Amazon Photos (no affiliate status – just a great service!) You can get my free guide to using Amazon Photos when you join my newsletter community. Use the form below!
- Pretty Neat: An Organizing Solution
- Tell my friend and professional home organizer, Audra, that Lisa sent you! She’s based in Oklahoma City and can be a great resource if you’re looking for help in organizing your physical photos and media (or your home).
I’m so glad you’re here and look forward to connecting with you!
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Hi, I'm Lisa
Photos have always brought me joy and are one of my favorite mediums for storytelling. But let’s be honest, the sheer volume of digital photos we all have can be overwhelming! It’s my goal through Scissortail Digital to help you tell your stories and improve the ways you work with your photos.