Category Archives: use your photos

BACKUP BOOTCAMP!

Are your digital photos a complete mess? Do you feel confused by ‘backups’ and ‘the cloud’? Are you worried your hard drive or phone will crash and take all your precious photos with it? In my 3-Day Bootcamp, I will take you through my SIMPLE process for organizing + backing up my digital photos. Because,...

DIY photo gifts: flower pot

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: personalized coloring book

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: ornament

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: 2017 photo calendar

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: photo magnets

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

Category Archives: use your photos

use your photos: make your own photo calendar!

Photo calendars are SUCH a great gift!  Sure, it’s SUPER easy to make your own photo calendar through many online companies (Pinhole Press’s are my favorite), but if you’re on a budget or just like getting crafty, I created a FREE template that you can print to make your own photo calendar using the Project...

what is a digital photo organizing session with miss freddy?

I’m going to let you in on a little secret, friends… Digital Photo Organizing Sessions are MY FAVORITE PRODUCT OFFERING!  They’re also the service that’s currently in highest demand in my Photo Organizing business.  I know there are SO MANY people out there that NEED this service so I wanted to spotlight it today and...

our 2017 family yearbook- made with the project life app!

Ok, you probably already know that my love for Project Life runs deep.  I’ve been using this simple system to document my family’s story for seven years now.  Can’t stop, won’t stop.  Getting my photos off my phone and into the hands of my family brings me so much joy. If you’re new here, Project...

use your photos: photo display wall

For Jill’s third birthday, she got a BIG GIRL bed room!  As I was planning her room, I struggled to find decor options that would grow with her for years to come.  There were lots of nursery decor ideas and plenty of tween-type themes, but since decorating isn’t my strong suit, I wanted a solution...

tips for scanning physical photos

Earlier this month, I released my Backup Bootcamp that walked through my 3 simple steps for organizing + backing up your DIGITAL photos. I kept that course focused strictly on digital photos to prevent any additional overwhelm surrounding the process (aren’t we overwhelmed enough?). I have lots of thoughts about preserving your PHYSICAL photos though...

BACKUP BOOTCAMP!

Are your digital photos a complete mess? Do you feel confused by ‘backups’ and ‘the cloud’? Are you worried your hard drive or phone will crash and take all your precious photos with it? In my 3-Day Bootcamp, I will take you through my SIMPLE process for organizing + backing up my digital photos. Because,...

five amazing photo gift ideas

Using your photos to MAKE GIFTS is so much fun.  Need a gift for the person ‘who has everything?’  Photo gift.  Grandma’s birthday?  Photo gift.  Kids already have too many toys?  Photo gift.  Photo gifts are so much fun!  Here are my a couple of my personal favorites… five amazing photo gift ideas This year...

where to order holiday cards

Not sure where to order holiday cards?  This time of year I frequently get asked by my clients and friends for recommendations on where to order holiday cards. Since my digital files include a print release, my clients are welcome to take their photos anywhere they’d like, but I’m always thankful when they ask for...

how to backup your photos FOR FREE

I think everyone has their own heartbreaking story of data loss.  For me, it was when my laptop bit the dust, shortly after graduating from college, and it took all my senior year photos along with it.  This was before the age of the cloud so when my computer bit it, any photos that weren’t...

3 things that will make your photos less overwhelming

InfoTrend estimates that 1.3 TRILLION photos will be taken in 2017.  Now that our photos are almost exclusively taken on our phones, it’s easy to produce images with very little thought (remember when we used to develop a roll of film, hold on to the keepers and throw the rest away?). A quick scroll through...

how to personalize baby shower gifts using photos

Friends, I’m on a mission to encourage the world to USE their photos (because who even prints tangible photos these days?).  I like to use my blog and Instagram to share simple ideas for how you can use photos in meaningful ways.  And today’s ideas are truly SO SIMPLE. It can be tough to personalize...

organizing a lifetime of photos

We so rarely print our photos anymore.  It’s the digital age.  Yet, most of us have boxes of printed photos from the past hiding in storage.  On occasion, we see the boxes and think ‘WHAT should I do with those?’  We do nothing.  We see the boxes and think ‘There are some great memories in...

tackle your memories! a free photo organizing course

**NOTE: This course has been retired and replaced with the Backup Bootcamp.  You can get more information about the Backup Bootcamp here!   Are you totally overwhelmed by the volume of photos in your life? (physical, digital, phone, computer… ahhh!!)  ​Do you feel guilty that they’re mostly in boxes/storage or hiding on a hard drive?...

our family yearbook- made with the project life app!

Ok, let’s start this story from the beginning.  When I got my first iPhone, I started taking a ton of photos.  Most of them were silly things, documenting quick memories, and nothing I’d bother printing/displaying.  Suddenly the volume of photos I was taking increased dramatically and I started wondering… ‘what is the purpose of these photos if...

make your own frame: an easy valentines craft for kids!

Happy February, friends!  It’s funny… I was never really ‘into’ Valentines Day as a holiday until I had kids.  Now, suddenly, I love to send Valentines cards to our friends near & far, I bake Valentines cookies for the teachers and neighbors, and do Valentines crafts with the kids.  I don’t understand it either. But at...

DIY photo gifts: flower pot

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: personalized coloring book

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: ornament

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: 2017 photo calendar

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

DIY photo gifts: photo magnets

This year I’ve been devoting one week a month to a themed blog series with daily blog posts.  I’ve talked all about project life, shared some ‘wish someone told me sooner’ parenting advice, written about ways to preserve your memories/photos, revealed our favorite things in West Seattle, taught a few easy photo editing tips, celebrated my third birthday, shared ideas for documenting childhood,...

HI, I’M MISS FREDDY.

 

Actually, my name is Casey. As a newborn I resembled Fred Flintstone so my parents nicknamed me Freddy and it stuck. I am a professional photo organizer (yes, that's a thing!) who helps people all over the world make sense of their photo mess through organizing services and self-paced online courses.

 

I want to help you ENJOY your photos again!

 

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