I must admit, I’ve missed blogging. After being distracted for a couple of months, with work and important events, I finally had a chance to be here and be active again. Thank you for those who stuck with me! And for that, I’m going to share with you my little travel journal. Its contents and how I made it.
Every person have their own inspiration when it comes to making things. Mine is Jordan Clark from YouTube. She does craft DIYs, printables, drawings and even random craft videos that just inspires the craft out of me (plus her voice is so relaxing and her music taste is A-mazing).
I printed some stickers from Pinterest and cut them so that I can decorate my journal however I like. I also added some paper memorabilia from where I’ve been and I printed out some of the photos that I took from my travel.
Here are my favorites:
This coming year, I will try my hardest to fill my journals and then blog about it. If it’s the only thing that will keep me sane.
If I could give a 10 stars for this book, I’d have done it already. Multiple times. I often read young adult novels and fiction, this is actually the first non-fiction book I’ve read that stuck to my head.
It started out on Twitter. I was scrolling and came across this tweet that made me laugh and then cry because I could relate so much it hurt and then I started to follow that account ever since. I follow the Twitter account @sosadtoday for quite a while now and just found out that she has published a book of personal essays. I don’t know what got to me but I told myself that I have to get that book right away (plus the cover looks aesthetically pleasing). There’s something about her thoughts about life that I can relate to. This book of personal essays really opened my mind about things and I know I will never understand what she’s been through but somehow, I felt like I’ve been through that too.
It doesn’t tell the reader to be sad. It just explains why/how you are sad. At least that’s what I understood while reading the essays. At first It was weird because of how much I can relate but later on, I just went along with it. All the weirdness, openness and rawness of it.
I have been journaling for quite a long time now, the inspiration just comes to me. I live for the free printables that are usually found online, another reason for me to design more journal. Simple things like that always make my day and what other way to give back than to do my own freebie.
I’ve compiled some of my favorite images and quotes, all you have to do is print them on any paper of your liking.