podcast show notes | episode 043 | q&a with becky squared — round 3
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043: Q&A With Becky Squared — Round 3
Here we go again! Back for round three, we are answering more of your questions! In this episode, we focus on questions regarding all things documenting and memory keeping. So listen in to learn something that will up your documenting game.
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Here are the questions we addressed in this Q&A episode:
1) Wondering if you are doing anything with Project Life anymore or are you leaving that behind for other pursuits?
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2) Do you have any advice on what to do with all the iPhone videos we take?
3) As someone who has been away from scrapbooking for a few years and is coming back with a pile of photos (and a kid who has never been featured in a scrapbook!), I’d love ideas for getting the last few years of photos into scrapbooks quickly and easily. But not digital…I’m a paper girl!
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4) My 83-year-old grandma and I are working together to gather genealogy documents, pictures, old letters, and stories she remembers. I would love you hear your thoughts about putting all of these things together into a scrapbook to pass on to future generations and others in the family.
5) I feel kind of overwhelmed with getting started. I have all of my grandma’s family pictures. Where do I start? How do I start?
6) What do you do with your finished scrapbooks? Are they displayed where anyone can pick them up or are they put away in a room somewhere? I can’t decide what to do with all of mine!
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7) I’m curious to know if you’ll be getting into the planner market at all? That’s where all of my creative energy has been going for the last few years, I confess!
8) Do you plan to do a class for kids’ books still? What kinds of things did you put into their 1-5 books?
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9) Can you talk about how you separate family album stuff with kid specific albums stuff so they don’t overlap?
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