I virtually chanced upon Kaila's online presence through one of Abbey Sy's Instagram post and I was smitten. First, she lives in Japan. Second, the kawaii is strong with this one. Kawaii is Japanese for "cute" and Kaila definitely has her own brand of kawaii in everything that she does. Let's discover where kawaii meets Kaila! | READ THE FEATURE HERE »
Amelia is a proof that you don't need a full-blown memory-keeping room to create your own albums. You can create art whenever and wherever if you put your heart in it ;) Let's take a peek at Amelia's creative corner! | READ THE FEATURE HERE »
When people come across my Instagram or my blogposts, one of the first questions that pop into their head is: "how do you make time for memorykeeping?" Well, let me share with you one of my secrets: block scheduling. In this blogpost, I'll outline the five easy steps to implement this productivity technique right NOW. Plus, I designed a FREE (!!) workbook to help you make your own block schedule! // Click through to read the five steps!
This is the part where you take your Memory-keeping Trifecta of photos, stories and ephemera and turn them into a beautiful and cohesive pocket-page layout that you can add into your albums. I will show you the simple + straightforward process of crafting a pocket-page layout that is both beautiful and intentional. (P.S. There's a FREE WORKBOOK!) // Click through to read the guide! via @craftedbypam
This post is for you if you want to take on travel memory-keeping but you want to prep + prime yourself as much as you can to avoid any stress. I'm giving you my best tips on how to be ready to document your adventures! // Click through to read my four steps to stress-free travel memory keeping!
There are blogs that I read every now and then, whenever I fancy it. And then, there are blogs that I NEED to read the moment they publish their latest creation. Texan in Tokyo is one of those must-read-asap blogs on my list.
How to Prepare for Stress-free Travel Memory-keeping | I think we can all agree that documenting our travels is one of the most exciting kinds of memory-keeping. But for some reason, all our photos, stories and memorabilia never make it out of old shoeboxes and two-terabyte hard drives. This post is for you if you want to take on travel memory-keeping but you want to prep + prime yourself as much as you can to avoid any stress. Click through to read my four steps to stress-free travel…