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Physical or Digital Scrapbooks? Single dads like me might not have an option…

You know… I’ve tried to figure out scrapbooking. The original kind. The kind that leaves you with a physical copy of something amazing to hold in your hands any time you want to go back and remember a life event.

But I’ve tried it.

And I suck at it.

I honestly think it’s a patience thing. Physical scrapbooking takes so long. And while it gives you something amazing, it is a serious commitment to scrapbook all the major events going on in your kid’s life.

Thank goodness single dads like me have other options that make it easy. Especially dads like me who have a real trigger finger on the camera and want more visually appealing ways to share those pictures.

Like, for example, the fresh pic’d summer scrapbook creator.

They make scrapbooking SO easy. And, it’s free!

You open up the app. You login to Facebook. You pick a style. And you just start dragging pictures wherever you want them.

Before you know it (literally, five to ten minutes), you have a really professional, snazzy looking scrapbook.

In all honesty, I’d rather have something physically made. But I don’t have hours and hours to put into each project and so if I want anything, I’ve gotta go with the next best thing which is beautifully made, albeit digital.

Besides. We live in a digital world and there is a huge plus to digital scrapbooking. You can share your scrapbooks with EVERYBODY.

Dan Pearce, Single Dad Laughing

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