For anyone who has stared at a pile of photos that all need to be arranged and protected for posterity, it can be daunting.
Or perhaps someone in the family just inherited boxes of photos and nostalgia that would make a great gift for a relative, if only grouped and packaged in the right style.
Or maybe you would like to recapture the feelings of when you first took photos of a bunch of great moments so they can be revisited or shared.
If any of these circumstances sound like a match, consider giving a photo organization gift card offered by St. Louis County organizer Donna Maynes, proprietor of Excess To Access.
Organizers do more than just file and sort photos. They help customers gain control of photo clutter, and to preserve photo stories. Maynes said she can help people:
- get and stay organized
- create a special photo book or display
- develop a new system for organizing digital and print photos, and creating annual albums.
Maynes said gift certificates are available in numbers of hours, such as 1, 3, or 5.