One type of Bullet Journal supplies we haven’t discussed on the blog is travel journal supplies, and this is what we’ll be talking about this
Today we’re going over some of the best travel journal supplies out there that will help make sure all those memories, emotions, and experiences don’t get lost in translation.
Writing things down helps create memories that will last a lifetime – plus, having something tangible to look back on can add nostalgia and joy when recalling past experiences.
This blog post covers everything from journals to pens and more so you can find exactly the right materials for your travels!
While modern technology and social media are great ways to document your travels, there’s just something special about having a personal travel journal that captures all of your experiences as they happen.
And be sure to scroll until the end to get some more resources on travel journaling and a freebie!
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Free Travel Journal Printables
Of course. I didn’t want to leave you without some freebies. So already in the Resources Vault, you can find some travel journal stickers and daily log pages to help you stay on track with your adventures.
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Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.
If you’re looking for some more resources, I’ve got you covered. There are quite a few more posts about travel journaling that I’m sure you’ll love.
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- Comprehensive Guide To Travel Bullet Journal
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