How to Document Your Photo Stories!
Episode #20 of Photos with Sherita is about documenting your stories and the different ways you can capture the stories of your loved ones. In this episode, we share with you 3 ways that we have used to document stories for both our clients and loved ones. Here are 3 of our favorites – tune into the podcast to get more details!
1-Pick a favorite notebook and use old fashioned pen and paper 🙂
2-Use an app on your phone or the recording feature on any mobile device
3-Use Story Worth or any online company that offers a story documenting service
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Photo Organizing Resources:
Visit our Favorite Tools Page, for quick links to our favorite pro tools that we use. Below are some of the resources we mention in this episode:
- Sherra’s favorite book to help ensure your precious legacy is shared: To Our Children’s Children: Preserving Family Histories for Generations to Come by Bob Greene
- Rita uses (and loves) StoryWorth to tell her parent’s story. Each week they send you questions, you write a story (or record it) and then at the end of a year the stories are bound into a beautiful keepsake book. Photos can be added to match the questions that have been answered!
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