I recently read an article in Business Idea of the Day from BusinessKnowHow.com on the importance of keeping good records for insurance purposes. The article, by Jane Attard, reminds us that an insurance company's mission "isn't to pay as much as they possibly can. It's to save the insurance company as much as they can." Attard goes on to suggest that people document what they own regularly and to "periodically take video or still photos" of your possessions.
Hmm... this could certainly be another use for photo books! A photo book of your family's possessions is an easy way to document and store the information for later use, if necessary. Storing your "possessions photo book" in a different location from your home might also be a good idea.
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Thursday, March 27, 2008
Thursday, March 20, 2008
My niece, Allie, hosted a Pics of Pals party at her house on Friday, March 14. She and her four girl friends got together and built a group book to remember their 'Sweetheart Swirl.'
They combined all of their pictures, projected them on the dining room wall and chose the shots they wanted included in their books.
Once their pictures were chosen they projected the photo book program onto the same wall and built their photo book together. They all had input into the design and layout. I enjoyed listening to the negotiating that took place. "If we have this picture of me then we get to have that picture of you!"
Amidst all of the laughing, "eeewwww" -ing and "awwwww"-ing they built a great book! They even made time for signing each other's covers.
They created their books on Friday; they were delivered on Wednesday!
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