DIGITAL PHOTO ORGANIZING COURSE
Learn How To Keep Your Digital Photos Stored and Organized for Good
WANNA GO FROM OVERWHELMED TO PEACEFUL?
Take this course created by Alex Brzozowski, a professional organizer in digital organization, and she'll help you get there!
A brand new,
coming February 2, 2021!
"This course has enabled me to do something that I've been wanting to do for 10 years now.
It provided guidance and structure to take me step-by-step and showed me that an overwhelming task is doable!
I love the camaraderie -- knowing there were others who wanted to organize their photos and provided a space for us to meet and encourage one another.
I love that you provide a current approach & solution, taking into account a multitude of options and consolidated the decisions down to a few doable steps!" (Mo)
In this course, you’ll learn how to:
1- Sustain your memories by organizing your digital photos
2- Locate and organize all your photos in one library
3- Be able to share and back up your photos
Tell me, does this sound like you?
- Do you have so many photos on your phone and computer that you can’t find them when you want? And do you feel overwhelmed just by thinking about organizing them?
- Do you have digital photos everywhere, and when you finally get the family together, you can never find the photos from that trip you had a couple years ago?
- You know the feeling. You took a photo of that amazing sunset or beach vacation or that perfect dessert you baked. But now you can't find it. Did you save it on your computer, your phone, in the cloud? Was it just an Instagram story? And didn't you save a better, edited version somewhere? How many photos do you have anyway?
If that sounds like you,
Digital Photos Organizing Course
is for you!
Hi, I'm Alex and, as a Digital Organizer and Productivity Specialist for almost 10 years, I’ve helped many people bring order to their digital photo chaos. And I’m super excited to help YOU as well!
Even the most organized among us struggles with disorganization when it comes to photos. Our digital photo collections are particularly messy, since we take so many photos from so many different devices, without ever giving much thought to what images we will keep, where we will store them, and how we will ever retrieve them when we need.
In this day and age, most of us have digital images in multiple locations, including smartphones, tablets, cameras, you name it!
And how about those old and new computers, CD/DVDs, memory cards, and external hard drives?
Plus, every day we snap more and more photos with our phones, cameras and other digital devices.
Smiles may fill those images, but thinking about organizing those digital photos probably doesn’t make you grin.
In fact, you may be grimacing as you realize how many digital photos you have and all the places they are stored.
But don’t fret — you are not alone!
That’s why I created the
Digital Photo Organizing Course
to provide you a blueprint for completing what is typically a daunting organizing project. I want you to reap the benefits of an organized digital photo collection!
"I've always been pretty good at keeping my digital photos pretty organized and in order, but they've always been stored in various locations-old computers, CDs, external hard drives, etc.
Taking this course with Alex has enlightened me of the importance to keep everything in one spot.
She also helped me learn about the various options for storage and walked our class through the steps to accomplish digital photo organizing!
This class is definitely worth your time & money! I'm so glad I was part of this group & enjoyed learning everything Alex had to teach.”
"I’ve been snapping photos like they’re going out of style all my life, and as decades went on, and unlimited photo taking continued, my galleries were divided and duplicated all over the place with no rhyme or reason. Enrolling in Be Organizing’s Digital Photo Organizing course changed everything for me.
First of all, it gave me confidence that I could regain control.
Second, Alex helped me ask myself the right questions to determine what type of organizing I needed, and she showed me how to solve issues.
And third, she got me further than I ever imagined getting on my own.
The class included clearly outlined steps, simplified language and terminology (thankfully!), and practical advice. In 4 short classes, digital file organizing flipped from being a nightmare to a self-implemented method that I couldn’t be more proud of. Once again I can just have fun with photos and scrapbooking, and I can leave the frustrations (of finding them?!) or fears (of losing them?!) behind."