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Sarah concludes with her use of watercolours to round out her documentation.

"I love adding a little paint to the journal pages I create. One way of doing this on a trip is to carry a small box of watercolour paints and brushes. I will often pull out the paints to create the base of my page or add a little detail after I have added my notes for the day. Water brushes are great to use for traveling as they allow you to add water directly to the barrel of the brush and make it easy to take on the go.

Traveling is an exciting adventure, by adding a little creativity and special stops to take in the sights and sounds of your location, you will be one step closer to living a more creative and fulfilled life. The tools and tips I’ve shared with you today will assist in giving you a new way to look at your travels and will also provide you with a beautiful memory of your special visit."