3 Fun Ways To Show Your Holidays To Your Loved Ones

If you’re planning to take a trip, or you’ve already been on holiday, and now you want to share your experiences with friends and loved ones, then read on to discover three inspired ways to show off where you’ve been and what you’ve seen and done.

1. Printed Holiday Diary

What could be better than having your entire travel adventure printed on your very own travel diary? If ever there was a super-fun way to share your holiday pictures and your adventure stories with your family and friends, this is it! With a printed journal, you’ll be able to give your loved ones a glimpse into every part of your journey, from start to finish.

Thanks to new custom newspaper technology, a travel journal is extremely easy and affordable to print nowadays. It’s also lightweight and extremely easy to fold and mail which means that you now have the perfect means for sharing news and images of your exciting trip with everyone. And the best part is that you can include absolutely anything you want in your holiday diary.

From new recipes that you picked up along the way, to interesting tidbits about the places you’ve seen – you can make your travel diary interesting and highly engaging for everyone.

2. Travel Apps

In addition to creating your own travel diary, another great way of capturing and sharing your experiences during your travels is by using a travel app like TripIt, TripCast, and more. These types of apps make it easy and fun to tell your story as you go through your travels.

The app allows you to keep all your important information and images in one convenient place, and you can add photos, map your travel routes, and stay in touch with your family and friends as you travel to new destinations. This creates a sort of living travel journal that you and the people back home can enjoy in real-time.

All you need to do to get started is to download the app to your phone, tablet, and/or computer and you’ll be able to use the free services to create a convenient online diary that you can never lose.

3. Social Media

This one may seem like a no-brainer to most people, but there’s a certain way to add your experiences on your chosen social media platform in order to tell your travel story in the most effective way possible. So, rather than merely dumping a jumble of photos and travel itinerary on your page, you can make it more visually appealing by organizing the entire trip in a compelling way.

Also, keep your updates short and sweet! No one wants to read an entire blog post every time you come across something interesting on your journey.

Don’t post an update for every little thing that happens, but try, instead, to limit your topic only to the most interesting thing that happened, a unique place that you saw, or an exciting activity you did that day. This will help keep your family and friends eager for more updates as your trip unfolds.

One Comment

  • Melissa Storms

    I love using my social media to show what we are up to for the holidays to our family and friends. We may be traveling this year and a travel app may be a good idea.

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