I feel like summer is this awesome time of adventure. I’m more motivated to get out and try new things or see places I’ve never seen. It’s a great time for memory creating and keeping. Here are three fun – and ridiculously easy – ways to record those summer memories:
1. Chatbooks – Take photos of all of your summer adventures and organize them with a special hashtag (#KimsAwesomeSummer.) Chatbooks allows you to pull up every photo under the hashtag you chose and have it printed into a cute little memory book. Plus, the books are only $8. This couldn’t be any easier.
2. Collect – Collect is a really cool little app that allows you to record little moments that are significant to you. You can add pictures and tags and even have them printed through Persnickety Prints or formatted to fit your Project Life album.
3. Photo A Day – I’ve talked before about One Line A Day guided journals. Try this with a photo. Fat Mum Slim has some great photo a day prompts that you can follow or simply snap a pic of your choice with your phone every single day all summer long. At the end of the summer compile them in a Blurb Book. You can add text to be printed, write on the book after its printed, or simply let the photos speak for themselves.
What summer memories will you be recording this year?
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