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Recent Blogs
Travel Journal Guilt by Jessica Wesolek
Jessica Wesolek recently posted a wonderful article on the guilt of not completing your travel journal on the actual trip. She has kindly given me permission to re-post it here -

Just the other day, I was talking to a dear friend (Hi, Ann!) about the fact that she has boxes of “stuff” from our last couple of journaling adventures and she feels frustrated that she hasn’t gotten those books all done.

I bet
Posted on: October 12, 2014 by Admin (Gill)
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Sorrento Travel Journal - Part 1

Ah well, I dreamt of balmy spring days wandering the streets of Sorrento and sketching in the sunshine, but sadly the weather had other ideas. So, my journal comprises mainly of sketches I painted from images, and printed photos.

I like to start my journal with an itinerary page - a brief outline of what we did each day - and a weather record

Posted on: May 10, 2014 by Gill McC
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