Keep track of your adventures with Adventure Logs

Adventure Log cover
Quin writing in Adventure Log
Ivy's adventure log
adventure log

You might remember these adventure log books from my recent round-up post of gifts to buy your ten-year-old, but I wanted to give them an additional special mention because we’ve been having so much fun with them this summer. The kids each have their own adventure log and I’ve been encouraging them to spend some time every evening jotting down their favourite activity of the day. I think it will be such a fun way to record their summer holiday and all the wonderful things they’ve done, but I’m also happy that it gives them a reason to sit down every night to reflect and write. It’s a good ritual we’re hoping to continue throughout the next year.

The Adventure Logs come in packs of three and are available in black or yellow. I bought some black ones for this summer and another (yellow) set for our upcoming travel adventures.

Courtney x


Comments (6)

August 6, 2015

What a great idea – I plan on getting these for my girls although their adventures seem to pale in comparison to that of yours.. as their pregnant mother sits on the couch feeling sick all day and hoping that they can entertain themselves with their toys!!!!! {I see their first entry as reading something like this – played with animals. ate take away food. watched toy story. again} one day they will fill these with real adventures!!!! X

August 7, 2015

Hi there – I’ve noticed the sweet neutral leather lace up shoes on your youngest in some recent photos. Do you mind sharing the vendor? They look soft and perfect for chunky little feet!

August 8, 2015

What a great idea for motivating school age kids to write – love it!

August 9, 2015

You inspire me in so many ways! Love this idea. Hope you are having the best summer yet!

August 11, 2015

I came across this article today about another family doing a round the world trip – but for different reasons. I thought of your family and thought it might resonate. Maybe you can become travelling pen pals?

July 26, 2016

[…] had a lovely lunch at the square of Anicapri, where the children worked in their travel journals and were playing while Casper took a nap on my lap. We took the bus back to the port and spent the […]

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