Everyone collects a lifetime of papers, photographs, and mementos that tell the stories of their lives. This is our "stuff."
When I talk to people about organizing their stuff, I hear repetitively, "I want to get organized, but I feel so overwhelmed!" I know the feeling of finding messes that seem so daunting that I didn't even know where to begin. But organizing your stuff doesn't have to be daunting. We just need a plan of action to make our efforts achievable.
I've created a webinar to explain the easy steps you can take to organize and preserve what's meaningful and important to you. The focus is on family and personal items--like papers, photographs, and audio-visual items--but the methods I discuss can be used for organizing anything. Feel calmer and less stressed knowing that your stuff is in order and you can find everything you need.
Tickets are only $5 until 11/1/18!
What this webinar offers:
Tips and tricks archivists use to preserve materials
Ways to get quicker, easier, affordable results for organizing your stuff
Ways to approach an overwhelming organizational project so that it's manageable
Real-world examples of how to approach organizational projects
Generous Q&A time so that I can answer all your questions
Follow-up materials to help you get started
Exclusive access to a private Facebook group to support your efforts
Learn tips and techniques right from the comfort of your computer, so grab your seat for Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST. Won't you join me?
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