Are you photos out of control? My 6 tips to take control of them

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Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of family photos you have sitting on your hard drive, unorganised and unloved? Do you worry that one day you’ll lose them all and your children will have no photos of their childhood? Do you love the thought of having family albums but don’t know where to start?

In the digital world that we live in it’s so easy to let our photos get out of control. We go on holiday and rather than coming home with 36 photos on a roll of film to get developed, you come home with hundreds of photos buy amoxicillin in the uk (with dozens of the same thing!) that you keep on your hard drive and never do anything with. Perhaps you share some on Facebook or print a few out and frame. But the rest just sit there unloved.

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I have written a guest blog post for one of my favourite mummy blogs with a simple 6 step plan to help you take control of your photos forever. I hope you find it useful!

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