5 Ways to Keep an Account of Your Travels

Do’s And Don’ts For Single Female Travelers

If you are an avid traveler, then keep track of all your pictures and all your memories can become a task. Similar memories can get muddled, and you might even forget some of the precious ones. Having a physical or digital account of those trips can help you recall it all with accuracy.

It also helps with the “take-me-back” moments. Nostalgia for your trips is another reason to keep a log. It also makes a good keepsake to pass on to your kids, and they get to see where their parents had been when they were young. Kids are always interested in anything that their parents did before they had them.

1. Scrap Book

Scrapbooking is one of the best ways to keep track of your memories. It also gives you a chance to relive those memories. Print the pictures and make a page every day or whenever you miss the trip. You can decorate the page as you want, attach bills and tickets, and also write little anecdotes about everything. This is the most personalized way to keep a physical record of the memories you make.

2. Journaling

Journaling is something that you can do while you are on vacation – logging in your real-time experiences. Travel journals are really fun to write in and are really beautiful. They make you feel like you are in a movie. You can write about your day every night when you get to the hotel, or even on the plane ride back home.

3. Blogging

Blogging is the online version of journaling. If you have an internet connection and would like to share your experiences with people, then blogging is a great tool at your disposable. You can write about the places you visited, the experiences you had, funny things that occurred. You can even add pictures and clips of the moments. The best thing is that you can monetize talking about your experiences.

4. Vlogging

Vlogging is a more visual form of blogging. Instead of writing, you make a video. It is one of the most popular options currently because of the high-quality cameras every phone has nowadays. You can record your days as they happen, or you can work on the aesthetics and use film-making skills to turn it into a documentary for people who have never been to that place to experience it through your memories. Like blogging, vlogging can be monetized too. If you aren’t comfortable with speaking, you can use just the surrounding shots or just add music to the video. Whatever helps you preserve the memory goes.

5. Digital Photo Album

Facebook and now Instagram has become digital albums for people. After vacations or after everything they do, people upload a ton of pictures on their social media accounts to share with people as well as to save their memories. Make a folder of your images if you don’t want to put all of them online. Create a slideshow of images that you can see whenever you want to.

If you went on trips with your family, friends, or partner, turn it into a bonding session. Scrapbooking is one of the best bonding activities to be done. You can relive the memories with the people that helped you create them. When you all old and settled, you can look back at the golden days without having to stress your poor old minds trying to remember things.