We’ve all had that post-trip fever. You know, that few days after getting back home, when you’re already back to your work or school schedule, you wake up at 6 in the morning and get in the shower, and as the water drips all over your body you go like, “Damn! I wish I was still in *insert exotic destination here*.” Yeah, that fever.
The memories you make during your trips need to be saved and stored for these kinds of days so that you can re-live the trips over and over again.
Here are a couple of ways you can do that:
1. Print pictures.
Probably my favourite way to keep memories. Pictures are such good visual ways to freeze all those amazing moments you had during your trips.
2. Get souvenirs.
I love collecting sentimental jewellery like bracelets and necklaces. Shirts and jumpers are pretty good too.
3. Collect currencies.
You can never use up all the foreign money you’ve had during your trip. So how about storing all the change in cute little jars at home. Or even get creative and make some sort of collage with them, then hang it on your walls.
4. Write stories.
I write mine on this blog. You could also make a scrap-book and fill it with all the interesting experiences you’ve had.
5. Share your experiences.
Whether you are verbally telling the stories to your family, or virtually sharing the pictures with your friends on social media, it all helps you re-live the amazing trips you’ve taken.
Always be kind.