I received this travel diary for free in exchange for a blog post. All opinions are my own, as always!
Today is my 28th birthday. It’s strange. I feel so much older than I actually am, but at the same time I find it so weird to think that I graduated from high school 10 years ago! Since graduating high school I’ve done my best to travel whenever possible. I’ve explored NYC a few times, driven across Canada, been discovering Vancouver for the last four years, and have also traveled around Australia and the North Island of New Zealand. Having this blog has been a great way to share my travels, but sometimes I want something physical to hold and read. That’s where Travel Diaries comes in.
Travel Diaries is a company based in the Netherlands that allows users to create their own travel diary either on their website or by downloading their app. I used the website to create my own diary as I prefer to use my laptop over my phone.
Before creating my own diary I checked out photos of diaries created by others. Check out some of these!
Creating my own diary was surprisingly easy! As someone who isn’t totally tech savvy, I worried that maybe I wouldn’t be able to figure out how to create my perfect diary. Turns out I needn’t have worried – while creating your diary you control everything. You can add in maps, you choose where the text goes, where photos go, how many photos you would like per page, the font, the size of the photos and font.
The quality is so much better than I could have imagined. I chose to get my travel diary in a hard cover book and I am so happy I did. The photos look even better in the book than they do online!
I was able to add in as many travel stories as I wanted, so what I decided to do was pick out my most special blog posts that I have written all about my travel adventures and put them in this book. I love it!
If you want to create your own travel diary, you can here! I highly recommend it, as this book all about my travels is now my most treasured book!
Thank you Travel Diaries for this book!
I love this idea! I have been using Shutterfly for my photo albums.. but I like how Travel Diaries has more of a book layout (rather than just a photo album). Also, I just stumbled upon your blog, so hi! 🙂
Hi Brittany! Thanks for the comment 🙂
I love having a book to look through and hold, it makes it feel much more special!