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Non-cheesy Valentines Photobook Ideas

When it comes to creating a Valentines photobook about your relationship, steer clear of being too corny with these tips.

A Valentines photobook for your partner is a great idea – until you get lost in a pile of hearts, flowers and super-cheesy love quotes. It’s a short jump from simple romance to a so-sweet-it-gives-you-toothache love avalanche. Don’t shy away from making a memorable book of your journey with your partner, just follow these tips to make sure it’s modern and on-trend. Hold the cheese.

Keep it Authentic The first place to start, when you’re creating a photobook about your relationship, is to make sure you stay true to who you are. If you’re not overly affectionate, for example, don’t pretend to be in the book. If you spend time poking fun at each other, bring that humour into the book. This is your story; be authentic. There’s no right or wrong way to do this.

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6 Calendars to Make in 2018

Keep 2018 organised, at home and at the office, with these must-have calendars.

Every year in January, we tend to make the same promise; this year, we’re going to be more organised. Then, by March, we’ve already lost track of our appointments, and deadlines are swiftly flying past us. Sure, we like a digital calendar, if we remember to check it. But we think the only way to keep on top of life’s events is to have a visible calendar on the wall – where you can’t help but see it! Don’t make just one; these calendars will help you organise each area of your life. 
The Office Calendar Make a wall calendar for above your desk at the office. Keep it modern, professional and slick, with lots of room to make notes. If your office is a little more relaxed, fill it with photos of your colleagues to keep it light and fun. 
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The School Calendar These days, it seems like kids have more school events than adults have social outings. A dedi…

Creative Ideas for a Post-Holiday Photobook

Here’s how to turn your holiday photos into a creative, must-keep photobook.

Returning home after a holiday can leave you with the post-travel blues. As you wash your bikini, shake the sand out of your sneakers, and try to revive the house plants you haven’t watered for two weeks, you begin to long for the lazy days of a vacation.

But, just because you’re home, doesn’t mean the holiday fun is over. Gather your memories up and create a photobook of your trip. Putting it together is a fun way to keep the holiday feeling alive, plus you can look back on it, to get yourself ready for next December (or April. We’re coming for you, public holidays).

Create a #Hashtag If you went on holiday with a few friends or family members, make sure that everyone uploads their pics to Instagram using a unique hashtag you create, like #SmithFamilyHoliday2017. Check it doesn’t exist already! That way, when you create the photobook, you can search for the hashtag, and find every photo that was taken. An ea…