Memory Keeping Archive

This is the first part of our series on Travel Blogging. Follow us on Facebook or Pinterest for updates on upcoming articles. I was first introduced to blogging back in 2003 during a summer residency in college, where we had to keep one to document our thesis projects (proof. *cringe*) It was also my foray into a dating blog. *double cringe*. You guys… that was before WordPress AND Facebook. Did that time ever really exist? 10 years and a few tens of thousand dollars in income later you would think I would be taking this a bit more seriously. Nope. Nevah! But in case you want to, there are a few steps to get you on your way to blogging bliss. This is just the […]

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You guys! SQUE! Do you know what I do instead of work? Procrastinate! Gasp! Shock! Guess what I do to procrastinate? Amateur cartography! Whu? Not really, to procrastinate I like to create happies, and I know nothing gives my online family the happies like a mad case of cartography. Exhibit 1. So here (pulls picture out from behind her back) I made this for you (grins). Shabby chic map…and it is BIG this time: 11″x14″ since you guys asked last time so nicely. You can go all professional printing with it if you’d like. You can find the map here. Bad Karma Licensing This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to use these files for your own personal […]

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About the maps Printable on US Letter size paper (8.5″x11″ or 21.59cm x 27.94cm) and frameable as an 8″x10″ photo, you’ll need a pdf reader to open. Get one here. Opened with Adobe, you’ll be able to edit the top banner with your family name, child’s name, year, “Our Adventures”…the possibilities are endless. Ok, it’s not that magical, just editable. The bottom banner features Dr. Seuss’ oh so famous “You’re off to Great Places!Today is your day!Your mountain is waiting, So… get on your way!” quote from The Places You’ll Go.  Once printed, you’ll be able to record your travels with stickers, mini photos, signatures, dots, scrapbook elements…however you choose. I love the idea of attaching it to a piece of foam board with spray adhesive and using […]

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About the maps Printable on US Letter size paper (8.5″x11″ or 21.59cm x 27.94cm) and frameable as an 8″x10″ photo, you’ll need a pdf reader to open. Get one here. Opened with Adobe, you’ll be able to edit the top banner with your family name, child’s name, year, “Our Adventures”…the possibilities are endless. Ok, it’s not that magical, just editable. The bottom banner features Dr. Seuss’ oh so famous “You’re off to Great Places!Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So… get on your way!” quote from The Places You’ll Go.  Once printed, you’ll be able to record your travels with stickers, mini photos, signatures, dots, scrapbook elements…however you choose. I love the idea of attaching it to a piece of foam board with spray adhesive and using […]

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