I originally wrote this post in 2013 but since thence much has changed -especially in social media and apps.
Here you have the original 9 tips plus 1 tip more.
Below I’ve added in the first position two online resources for journaling and how they work together. With that said, for those who don’t blog, a journal is the place to hold both kinds of memories. You’ll seek for the details of what you did and where but after a trip, it’s also nice to have a journal rich with the meaning of your travels. It has reminded me of why I love to travel and on p of that why I love to write! Remember, thank you for this wonderful post! I recently started an internship and I havnt been paying much attention to my writing.
I’m an author, blogger, speaker and traveler.
I became a widow and emptynester at about quite similar time.
So, To be honest I became a Solo Traveler. I write a blog for my friends family to keep up with what I’m up to. Make travel a richer experience, it also helps me to look back remember the little things that may otherwise be forgotten. I’m actually in Tonga now expect to be able to recommend it as a great solo travel destination! Secretly it’s actually for me -because I don’t have someone with me to talk about the day with. I love the what made me smile day tip. Fact, while on my laptop, I plan to write mine in a notebook. For more information click this: 100. Thanks for the tips!! For example, these posts from Solo Traveler have helped me gain momentum to pack my things for storage. She had saved the lot! Recently, I came across a bag of letters I had written to my mother during my travels many years ago. Considering the above said. On p of that so easy to delete, much easier now with electronics. Excellent tips and reminders. Nevertheless, I was amazed at how much I had done, and how much I had forgotten.
Hard copy may still be best.
I am an avid journeler I keep a journal even when I’m not traveling but I find that the journal entries I reckon about later and look for to go back and find and reread are almost always ones I wrote while traveling!
I recommend a pen and paper journal and a blog. We’re talking about very interesting tips. Sounds, gps locations, screenshots from maps, look, there’re a couple of good apps for smartphones wich we can capture not only images. Nonetheless, little things, like a feeling or a scent I felt in some place, a little casual conversation with anybody. Now please pay attention. It’s a great idea to keep a paper notebook as a travel journal but also take benefits of tecnology, as you described.
When I do it after a couple of days, I normally try to write almost any day, just being that if not, That’s a fact, it’s harder to remember certain things I felt or experienced.
In 2014 summer I decided to have another whip crack and relaunched Flow Ink Digital.
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Not many people know this but I started Flow Ink almost 10 years ago when completing university. As long as a lack of experience, contacts and strategy I failed! BBC website and felt inspired to rewrite it for my Facebook contacts. Tips on Digital Marketing for Lifestyle Bloggers -Confessions of a Mommyaholic APRIL 25, 2016 BY JANINE you have a popular lifestyle blog and still look for to increase its coverage further, the Guardian puts your need succinctly. Nevertheless, the guest blogger gets exposure to a valuable new audience, the host owner site gets related content for free, while the readers get access to a tally new and informative perspective.
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I’m sure that the answer… Guest blogging offers benefits for everyone involved. Hi, that said, this article is a bit outdated. Loads of us are aware that there are way better platforms day! You guys must have a look at findpenguins.com, maybe top-notch solution so far. I’m headed for Brazil hereafter Belize this Christmas and I’m really excited about my new journaling plan. I’m sure you heard about this. It occurred to me that I could also be journaling personal stuff on the left of the sketch pages, right after reading this entry. Even somewhat useful. You should take it into account. While using a ballpoint to draw and write on the right hand pages of my little sketchbook, as a retired nature book writer/illustrator, my travel purpose is to sketch/journal the natural places I go.
So it’s a far different experience than organic that results achieved by its traditional webbased search, mobile searchers are now being funneled into a completely new mobile based travel search engine which certainly looks good. We have got a bit of my travel sketch journals ~ Google is apparently experimenting with its mobile travel search results, that could make its web based results meaningless to mobile users. Therefore this has been helpful in many ways -I am however still very much rn between an online blog or a written journal for my rather large backpacking trip around Asia due to different reasons. Known I love the idea that my family and friends can keep up to date with an online blog but I also love the personalization of a journal but this has its draw backs as to where to put the completed journals whilst backpacking and the need to buy new ones and suchlike Maybe I’m over thinking the thing. We seem to have a significant poser remembering almost any wn we’ve been to.
I need to find a way that works for me to document a lot of at the time seemingly insignificant details.Thanks for the ideas!
Jim and I talk about the itinerary bit.
It’s a great post! Really good advice. It’s happened more than once that we don’t remember we’ve been there until we go back. There’s something about the feel of physically writing in a journal that I much prefer. I have tried to keep and maintain a travel blog but I never seem to keep it up. Nonetheless, besides writing, I enjoy drawing and will like to start a travel art journal as well.