Now that Labor Day is over (I had a great, productive day off!) …. I guess summer is over, huh? Sad.
I hope you got to cross everything off you ‘summer bucket list’ and travel and relax and just enjoy all kinds of fun in the sun.
BUT! Before you let this summer go … don’t forget to RECORD YOUR MEMORIES.
Whether that is simply journaling in a Word doc, or a lovely fat art journal, you don’t want to lose the little moments and big adventures from this past season.
Here are just a couple summer memory-keeping resources to help you along:
Only $4 – I’ve intentionally kept it SUPER affordable so if you need the inspiration, you can get it
I’ve basically just brainstormed from my own summers past, from some of my previous-summer blog posts, and from various other online resources (like Sunset Magazine’s twitter feed of all places).
This journaling resource will inspire you to record your summer memories with more detail and breadth than you maybe have ever done before.
Some of these are journaling and story ideas that can be reused every year, some will simply jog your memory to record a past summer story before it’s gone.
(This is not a class. This is merely some suggested prompts and ideas for documenting your summer.)
Vacations mean oodles of photo opportunities…but all those vacation pictures seem to be right up there with laundry on the list of things we dread dealing with when returning home.
What if there was a simple way to get the highlights of your trip into a fun, creative, eye-catching format in a weekend or less? Well, you’re in luck – we’ve got exactly that!
Tami Morrison will help you unpack your vacation memories into a fabulous conversation piece album that will be admired over and over again.
I haven’t personally taken this class, but you can purchase and get more info here
and another favorite:
PROJECT : A Scrapbook On The Road is simply a small album you put together prior to a trip that allows you to document your travels as you are experiencing them.
DESCRIPTION : Get inspired to create your own Scrapbook On The Road as a way to document your next trip. Whether traveling across town or around the globe, the ideas and concepts in this class can be easily adapted to your personal travel situation. Please note that this class is geared towards creating an album for an upcoming trip vs. telling the stories of past trips.