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Personal History Book – A Great Investment

I met a very successful businessman today. His fascinating story reflected what a smart entrepreneur he is. His office is one of the few brownstone row houses left in Cleveland, which he lovingly restored with his wife. His children (a doctor, a lawyer and a CEO) are all investors in his businesses. His father immigrated...
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Unpack Vacation Photos, a Pleasurable Process

My husband and I just spent seven days in Spain. It was lovely to experience spring (heaven knows when it will come here at home). We had dramatic skies, blooming flowers and ancient architecture to make for some truly artistic photographs. The day we got home we plopped down our luggage and plopped ourselves on...
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Are Old Photo Albums Destroying Your Photos? Save Your Photos Now.

I have a love/hate relationship with the '70s. I love the memories I have of school, friends and being young in a time when freedom was the theme of our generation. But I hate that all my memories were captured on photo prints that have yellowed and faded. The photography industry had some real quality...
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Top 5 Ideas for Mother’s Day: Start Now Creating a Family Story

In Sunday's cartoon section of the newspaper Cranckshaft was shoveling mountains of snow when he found a seed catalog in his mailbox. He the saw his yard through rose color glasses (bad pun): all the snow was melted, the grass was green and the flowers were blooming. Thinking spring is a great way to lift...
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