When I’m on vacation, I save all the brochures and tickets and I buy post cards for the album. Each evening I put everything in a little bag (often the one I get with the post card purchase) and date it, so everything is in order when I get home and ready to work on the album.
With the daily bags, the guide book and my travel diary with notes about where we went, what we did, and how much we spent, I’m ready to work. I know this is altogether too much detail for most people, but that’s how I am and what I do. I like to document everything.
I gather up my supplies and am ready to work. For my travel albums, I usually do some kind of title page, but I don’t do a lot of frou frou in the rest of the album.
Now that I have all my tools and stuff out, I might catch up on the other three months since I’ve been here. When I’m old(er) and my memory is gone, I’ll have my whole life in these albums to remind me.