Travel Journal Ideas – Why Write When You Can Have a Travel Story-Map?

When I shared one of my travel journal ideas of a Story-Map Journal I’d kept last year in Europe, there was a buzz of excitement and interest. Certainly, for me, it’s been the most successful travel journal I’ve ever kept. A mere glance at any page brings my travel memories vividly, and instantly, back to life without having […]

Amanda’s Digital Scrapbook – Travel Journal Interviews

Would you like to take a peek inside *someone else’s* travel journal to see how they do it? What quick, simple ways have they developed that could help you record the memories from your trip? This is one in a series of interviews where travellers share with us their fun and varied travel journal techniques – Amanda… […]

Linda’s Storyboard Journal – Travel Journal Interviews

Do you love the idea of reminiscing with a travel journal but after missing a few days feel all is lost? On a recent trip to Europe Linda tried a storyboard journal approach to her travel journaling – which she sometimes calls story mapping! This is one in a series of interviews with travellers who share […]

D is for Doodling – Happy Hints for Jotting your Journey

Last Saturday I tweeted a link to a previous post asking: “Do you write, draw or collect in your travel journal?” Ian, of @EagerExistance   replied: “write and collect.  what would i draw?”  So I answered: “Not so much ‘drawing’ as doing impressionistic doodles that’ll jog your memory better than words”   Having recently spent a […]

Are you an Aural, Visual or Kinaesthetic Person?

We each have five senses, but its primarily our ears, eyes and touch that perceive our surroundings and through which we communicate our learnings and experiences with others. We each have a preference or stronger leaning to one of our senses making us predominately an aural person a visual person or a kinaesthetic person. The simple […]