I found this today on simple scrapbooks blog.
Stacy shares quick tips and this one I really liked, so I thought I would share it. I edited it, so you could get the idea, she was of course giving away a prize, so check it out if you have a minute.
In my new book Photo Freedom, I talk about one of my best strategies for productivity -- the idea that you can create or take advantage of little chunks of time. I've proven again and again in my own life that you can make surprising progress on a project in just 15 minutes.And when I say 15 minutes, I mean 15 minutes. I have a timer in my studio and I often set it at 15:00, hit start and get busy doing some task until the beeper sounds. I then stop and switch gears and do something else
Anyway, I'm still going to share these challenges -- they'll just come at the end of each daily post. Some will be directly related to scrapbooking and others will more about life and inspiration - which in my opinion is directly related to scrapbooking!So, today I want you to spend 15 minutes with the pictures you took in January (and move farther back if you can.) You can review and delete (the ones you really don't want to scrapbook and don't need to keep), or do some quick crops and edits; you could upload images for printing, or simply tag them according to various topics so that you can more easily retrieve them down the road. What you do is up to you. Just spend fifteen minutes today with pictures you've taken recently ...