A travel journal can contain a lot of different things. Some people will create a travel journal to document their past travels, someone else might use it to keep track of useful tips and advice and directions and plans, someone else might use it as a bucket list of things they’d like to do or see around the world – or some combination of all of the above and more.
There’s no right or wrong way to format and plan your travel journal, but if you aren’t really sure where to start, or you’d like to explore a lot of ideas to make sure that you don’t forget anything while you’re setting things up, here’s a great video for all sorts of inspiration and ideas about travel journals.
That’s just a very quick look at some mostly aesthetic ideas on how you could fill in a page, but what about planning the overall travel journal? Here’s another video that goes in deeper, it’s about 6x as long, but if you’ve got the time, it’ll help get you closer to feeling confident enough to putting your ink to paper and committing to a layout for your travel journal.
Another option is to make a digital travel journal instead, you could do this using any number of different apps including note apps like Microsoft Notes, Evernote, Notion, and 1000 other choices to choose from, all meant to help you plan, organize, and categories information, notes, and media.