I'm actually pretty good about updating the pictures I have up on the walls in the house. But there are so many more memories I like to relive throughout the years, and sadly, there just isn't enough room on the walls to put them all in frames ;-) But these books are such a great way to put all of our experiences from the previous year into once place. The kids love flipping through the pages and pointing out all of the things they remember doing. I keep them in the living room so that we can get to them easily and frequently.
I always organize the book as a timeline. First page starts in January, and as you flip through, you go through all the seasons chronologically. I also organize by event & experiences, so that it sort of tells a story as you look through the book. I love technology, and how easy it makes it for me to preserve our memories.
I highly encourage you to check out Artifact Uprising, and make a book of your own! If not them, there are many other sites you can use to make photo books. Because BTW, this is not a sponsored post. I just really like the ease of use of Artifact Uprising's website, and the quality of the books are great, too! :-)