The digital world holds endless amounts of information from people all over the world and it can be a wonderful place to keep your travel memories alive.
The Best Ways to Document Your Adventures Online
There are many ways to collect your memories of trips and adventures. If you’re more of a DIYer, you can turn them into keepsakes, but if technology is more your thing, you’ll be glad to know there are some really cool and creative ways to keep those memories safe in the digital space —that doesn’t include using cloud storage. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Start Your Own Adventure Blog
Travels make for great blog content. If, in addition to keeping those memories alive, you would enjoy sharing that information with others, blogging could be a great way for you to document your adventures. Take it a step further and sync with social media. You can keep it personal and use your own account, or be a little bolder and start a dedicated page just for your travels.
Or… Give Your Blog an Upgrade
Keeping your blog alive does take some work but for those who love outdoor adventures and are constantly looking for the next one, it can be a little easier. You might already have great material, it just might need some edits before it’s blog-ready.
Polishing up your outdoor photography skills and finding your true writing style can help you come up with content that is definitely share-worthy.
Make a Video
“Moving photos” can be more fun than still photos. Creating a video of your trips is a nice way to capture those moments and bring them to life every time you watch them again.
Design Your Own Wallpaper
Desktop or phone wallpapers can be a little boring sometimes. If you’re sitting there, looking at some random photo of someplace you’ve never been, why not create your own wallpaper from photos of those places that actually mean something to you? You can create your own digital collage, or go for a more subtle design. It’s all up to you.
Think about how you’d like to document your next adventure but be present in the moment. You don’t want to get too caught up in how you’re going to document your trip for the future, that you end up missing out on the now.