Storing, Organizing & Creating with Your Family Photos: The Mom Hour, Episode 82

Do you have 3,574 photos on your smartphone and not a print or photo book to show for it? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In Episode 82 of The Mom Hour, Meagan and Sarah share smart tips for getting pictures off your phone and into the cloud, ideas for storing old printed photos, and a few easy ways to create lasting memories with the photos you take.

If you missed it, check out last week’s podcast episode, which was all about taking better photos of your kids. Listen to Episode 81 now, and keep reading to listen to this week’s show.

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  1. I really love your podcasts. I like to use and for printing. Their prints are high quality. I’ve never been a fan of Costco’s photo quality, at least not where I live (Houston, TX). Thanks for all the tips.

  2. i just recently tried using Tweed Wolf. You send them all the pictures you want and they edit, organize and create a photo book for you. You get a chance to make changes before they send you a final photo book. It’s a little expensive but I used to spend so much time making my own using Blurb that it was worth it.

  3. Thank you for the Google Photo suggestion. Very helpful!!

  4. If you can’t tell – I’m binge listening and just listening to this episode. LOVE everything you talked about here! Amazon does prints also, and occasionally has free offers. Also, I love the Project Life App – check out to learn all about it.

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