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Swap Swiping on Social for Real Life

How many times a day do you find yourself mindlessly scrolling through Facebook or Instagram?


Whether it's while you're standing in line at the grocery store, waiting for school pick-up or right before bed so many of us waste way too much time looking at OTHER PEOPLE'S pictures!


What if you spent that exact same time looking through our own pictures instead? You would be amazed at how quickly you could start organizing your own memories! It would be so much more satisfying and I promise your kids/grandkids will thank you someday down the road when they actually have pictures they can look through instead of digital clutter that is way too overwhelming to tackle!


So, every time you are tempted to click that social button on your phone, open your own photo app instead! Scroll through your pics, which in and of itself will make you smile, and start cleaning it up!


If you did these three simple steps every day for 15-20 minutes, which is probably a fraction of the time you spend each day looking at other people's posts, you'd be shocked at how quickly you could get your own pictures organized!

  1. Delete junk pics (screenshots, receipts, accidental photos, etc...)

  2. Delete doubles (keep the BEST pic and delete the rest)

  3. START organizing pictures in folders


A year from now, wouldn't it be nice to have your family's favorite memories organized instead of logging hours and hours of time on social media looking at things you won't even remember?!?


As always, please let me know if you have any questions!


All the best,

Melissa

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