A common problem with travel journals is you try to write down every detail of your day. It's rare that this is interesting to look back on later! Try out the "Facts Plus One Thing" method and see if you like it better than the usual dry travel diaries many people keep!
Hi! I'm Amanda Kendle, and I've been writing travel journals since I was seven years old. These days I live in Perth, Western Australia with my son, and before that I lived and worked in Japan, Slovakia and Germany. I've been a travel addict and words lover my whole life, and am excited to share these two passions with you, too.