Effective Ways for Storing Precious Moments

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Effective Ways for Storing Precious Moments

The best things in life are those you create with the people you love. That's why creating precious memories through simple backyard barbecues, pool parties, or grand family vacations are worth it. You would naturally want to store beautiful memories and milestones like your child's first step or first ballet recitals. These moments are essential, and they may never come again. This website helps you store these precious moments.

But how can you store these precious moments? Below are some great ways you can save your precious moments to keep them alive forever.

Here are some practical ways to make sure that your moments last a long time:

Photo Albums
With the advancements in technology, you often see digital photo albums on social media like Facebook and Instagram. While embracing digital is a great way to store photos via the internet, keeping physical photo albums is still a more personalized way to cherish those precious moments. The polaroid camera is making a comeback as people are starting to re-appreciate the importance of having physical photos for events and ceremonies.

Here are the benefits of keeping physical photo albums at home:

Great Bonding Experience - Baby photos are excellent displays, and they make everyone feel happier. Imagine being able to quickly grab baby photo albums from your coffee table in your living room. Scanning photos albums are a great way to bond with your family, most notably during special events, like Christmas, birthdays, and anniversaries.

Great Conversation Starters - They make a great conversation starter for guests and visitors too. A baby photo album will surely capture the eyes of anyone who views it and would be asking questions about your baby. You can also tell them about your child's proud milestones.

Easy Access - You don't always need a digital device, like your smartphone or computer, to view your family and baby photos. Even grandpa and grandma can easily access your photo albums without needing to be tech-savvy.

Historical Legacy - Keeping the best photos in a physical photo album makes a great legacy that you can hand down to your children and grandchildren. They can see what you looked like as a baby, and they can make a mental picture of what they will look like when they're older. Just make sure to preserve them by keeping them away from dirt and liquids, most especially if you're viewing them. You can store photo albums or archival boxes or waterproof plastic storage boxes.

Beautiful Home Interior - Photo albums make a great home décor piece too. Place them on your coffee table or bright glass display cabinets to make your living room more lively and inspiring.

Physical copies are sufficient, but you should handle them with care. There are different ways of making sure that the photo paper doesn't fade or get damaged in the long run. The album itself should be sturdy enough to support the materials and keep them from decaying.

Create a Website or Blog
You don't have to necessarily engage in business to create a website because you can create a personal and private site. You can create your website for free to store precious moments. These digital copies will be on the internet forever.

Like social media posts, you can store photos and write blogs on your website about your family adventures and travels. Eventually, you can share the website link to your loved ones and surprise them with such a digital gift.

Here's how you can create a simple website with WordPress:

Signup to WordPress.com to create an account. You'll need to provide your email address, blog address, or domain name and create a username and password.

Confirm your email by clicking on 'Activate Blog'

Setup your blog. You'll need to create a title for your blog, a tagline, and set up a language.

Select and customize your WordPress theme. Connect your website with Facebook or Twitter if you wish.

Visit your new WordPress website, upload a profile photo, and make changes by manipulating the settings to make your website more attractive.

If you don't want to use Wordpress, you can go for other platforms like Weebly, Wix, and Blogspot or you can also search for other cheapest website builder. The important thing is that you store your precious moments in your blog's media gallery.

Make and Upload Compilation Videos
If you want to capture every moment, taking videos is a smart idea. You can upload them on your social media page privately or view them publicly. Also, you can create your own Youtube channel for all your uploaded videos, and manage settings according to your viewing preference. You don't have to set them to public since Youtube has a private upload function.

Organize Your Digital Photos
In that past, you'll need a film and a handheld camera to take quality photos. With digital technology, it's so easy to take digital images nowadays using your smartphone. You can take as many shots as you want without a problem. However, it can be overwhelming to organize tons of digital photos.

Here are some tips and tricks to help you organize your digital photos:

Download the best-picked pictures at least once a month

Editing and deleting photo duplicates with poor shots is highly recommended to avoid crowding your drive

Create folders to organize by date or theme

Rename each photo and album file

Always back up your photos on prints, an external drive, or an online storage device

Don't forget to transfer your photos from your phone into a harddrive

You can post your processed photos on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. However, these websites may reduce your resolution.

There are many ways to store your precious moments, such as keeping physical photo albums at home or as a digital version. Also, you can create a personal website to save the best photos and even write blog articles that will be treasured and kept forever through the internet. Creating and uploading your videos is also a great way of capturing the entire event or activity without missing the fun and thrill.


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