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11 Ways To Remember Your Trip Besides Photos
Tickets and receipts from a trip can actually become a one-of-a-kind keepsake. Studio 5 suggests tastefully displaying ticket stubs in a floating glass frame mounted on the wall, or a Pinterest user said they scattered tickets inside a glass coffee table for a more front-and-center look.
Save Ticket Stubs
Another free-to-cheap item that's easy to collect at practically any destination is a map — most are free in hotels to help you navigate the city, theme parks, state parks, and other tourist attractions. They’re light and easy to take home, can be used as an awesome medium for scrapbooking, or can be pinned as a decoration on a bulletin board.
Collect Maps
Per Project Goals, keeping a journal is one of the most effective ways to fully remember a vacation, as you can catalog every detail including who you met, what you did, where you went, and how you felt. As the years go by, you may not remember the little details, but your journal can be a precious keepsake to recall and share your adventures.
Keep a Travel Journal
Maybe you're a diverse souvenir collector while on incredible trips, but what do you do with all of the random items once you get home? A DIY memory box filled with all the things you picked up on your journey is the perfect way to effortlessly organize memorabilia from a recent vacation, in a low-key display.
Create a Memory Box
A way to remember your trip — without physically collecting a thing — is to make a playlist titled with your destination and fill it with the songs you hear along your journey. By the time you finish your trip, you'll have a comprehensive playlist that's sure to kickstart your vacation nostalgia every time you play it.
Compile a Vacation Playlist