Hi Everyone, This summer, every week, I will post an extract of 3 wanderlusters’ travelogues around the world. You will follow the travel story of : Kat, in “McAdam Family”, who will share with you her diary along her road trip with her family. Dan, in “Soundtrack of life”, a DJ who is searching for… Read More Your Summer Series by My Social Book
How to create a more meaningful Year Book as 2018 approaches… “My life is about ups and downs, great joys and great losses!” Isabel Allende, Mother & Novelist Making a Year Book? It’s decision time… Half of the year passed, so time to start making your Year Book. But, when you get down… Read More Why Creating a “Complete” Year Book Matters
Bluetooth, and big blue. From Randbøldal we weren’t far from Jelling. We packed up our things and headed for the village classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And we ended the day on the Jutland coast. Historical Interlude: Jelling is considered the cradle of the Viking civilization. It was there that a site with… Read More Day 5 – Mc Adam Family
Actual pictures make a wonderful enhancement to a photo collage, which can make a terrific keepsake and a remarkable gift. You can do it on your own or you can engage your kids on this activity. This project is suitable for ages 3 and up and it may take you about 20 minutes (without drying… Read More Tips and tricks for a beautiful Photo Collage!
It doesn’t matter if you already have a diary or not. I’ll bet you write daily. If you resemble the majority of people, you record just what you must. In an effort to change your mind as well as your habits, I’ll let you know a secret: A pen coupled with paper can function as… Read More The benefits of keeping a diary
Hello again and welcome back for the second instalment of my adventures in Tokyo. As I welcome you, I couldn’t help but start by mentioning how welcoming the Japanese people are. I mean, I’d already heard their reputation for being polite and helpful, but I was completely astonished to see the extent to which this… Read More Art(h) In Movement: Tokyo (part II)
DAY 3 Everything is awesome After a sweet night listening to the sound of flies (the camper was invaded in the early evening and it was impossible to get rid of them), we got on the road to Legoland. WHOO HOO! What a great park for small children! 70% of the attractions are designed for… Read More Day 3 & 4 Mc Adam family
Our flight may have been delayed four hours for weather, but FINALLY we’ve arrived! Border control, baggage carousel, visa check, customs visit… After the whole airport procedure, I made it into the country. There are train lines that connect you from Narita to Tokyo, so I hopped on, sat at the window and stared at… Read More Art(h) In Movement: Tokyo