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Family Photographs: Meaningful Strategies For Organizing & Digitizing With Allison Gilbert
July 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$28 – $99
Helpful tips to survive, thrive, and remember during these unprecedented times.
The scale of the Covid-19 pandemic, alongside so much grief, is unprecedented for all of us. What are the best ways to manage anxiety during months of uncertainty? If we can’t hold a traditional funeral, how do we mark a loved one’s passing? And, how can we use this time at home to make the most of family photographs, organize objects and heirlooms, and remember family friends who have died?
July 14th: Saying Goodbye: How to Organize Meaningful Virtual Memorials
July 21st: Grief & Anxiety: Best Ways to Survive & Thrive
July 28th: Family Photographs: Meaningful Strategies for Organizing & Digitizing
August 4th: Objects & Heirlooms: Clearing Clutter & Staying Connected
Tuesday, July 28th: Family Photographs: Meaningful Strategies for Organizing & Digitizing
In difficult times like these, the best way to reclaim some much-needed power (especially when you’re missing a loved one who has died), is to take back what you can: Your immediate environment. Your home. Doing so will not only clear clutter, it will also boost your happiness and overall well-being.
In this session, Allison will address three of the biggest questions she gets when speaking with people about Photographs: Clearing Clutter and Staying Connected:
How can I organize all my photographs?
What are some creative things I can do right now with all my pictures?
Where do I turn to get help with my 35mm slides, film reels, and photo albums?
July 28th Session Fee: $39
Discount for additional courses in the series: $39 for one; $59 for two; $89 for three; and $99 for four courses. See ticketing options when registering below.
Led by Allison Gilbert, author of numerous books including, Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive, this powerful e-course will transform your perspective on love, loss, and remembrance. Allison serves on the Board of Directors for the National Alliance for Grieving Children and the Advisory Board for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. On her popular grief and resilience blog, she features Q & A’s with some of the most notable names in our culture today including, Arianna Huffington, Jon Stewart, and New York Times bestselling authors Gretchen Rubin, Dani Shapiro, and Susan Orlean. Learn more about her by visiting www.allisongilbert.com.
Come to all four sessions or choose only the ones you want:
Four weekly 1.5 hour sessions, live online, over four weeks starting Tuesday, July 14th, and continuing on July 21st, July 28th and August 4th.
7:00 – 8:30 pm US Eastern Time.
Brand new material not covered in Allison’s books.
The ability to ask Allison questions and interact with her and other participants in real-time.
Content designed specifically for this course.
“Thank you so much. You are gracious and poised. You did a terrific job and shared so many great, actionable ideas.”
— Suzanne, attended Allison Gilbert’s webinar Photographs: Clearing Clutter and Staying Connected
“From the bottom of my heart, thank you for leading such an important program. Our members learned so much from you, and feel stronger from having listened to your warm and insightful talk.”
– Migdalia Torres, Executive Director of Program & Offsite Expansion, Gilda’s Club New York City