Top 10 Organizing Blog Posts of 2016 From Good Life Organizing | Families
2016 was a great year at Good Life Organizing. On the blog we covered topics as diverse as organizing your closet to what to do with all those keepsakes to how to organize your photos. These were the top 10 blog posts of the year as determined by you, my loyal readers. Thank you!
Spoiler alert, the answer is no.
Sometimes you really have to be a detective to find all those photos you’ve tucked away over the years.
Even in this age of digital pictures, many of us still have shoeboxes full of old photos.
Your precious keepsakes should enjoyed, not trapped in a box. This continuing series offers advice from 15 organizing experts
As with any project, having the correct tools make organizing your printed photos much easier.
Don’t leave your digital life to chance upon your death.
This popular guest post from Genealogist Lisa Lisson helps your make sense of all that family history.
In part one of the series, 10 organizing experts offer their best advice for organizing, stoping and enjoying your memorabilia.
Who doesn’t want a beautiful closet?
I’m a sucker for a great quote. Apparently you are too!
I must say that you, gentle readers, have great taste. These are some of my favorite blog posts too. I look forward to bringing you more helpful tips and resources this year. If you have anything in particular you would like me to blog about, just leave me a note in the comments and I’ll see what I can do.
Here's to a great 2017!
Andi Willis is a Home and Photo Organizing Expert and the owner of Good Life Organizing based in Perry, GA. She loves helping clients get past the clutter so that they can organize their homes and simplify their lives. As a Certified Personal Photo Organizer Andi helps families transform their pictures from a chaotic mess to an easy-to-mange and easy-to-enjoy collection.
Find Andi at Good Life Organizing, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. You can also contact her by email. Check out her guest blog and videos on Uncle Bob’s Self Storage Blog. You can also find her ebooks on Amazon.