Do you have a serious case of wanderlust? Where do you dream about traveling to? Perhaps you might want to write down all the destinations you’re yearning to visit and record your travel bucket list in your planner, journal, diary or scrapbook.
Here’s one possible idea for how to capture and present your travel bucket list:
The Left-Hand Side of the Page Is a Travel Checklist of Top-Priority Places to Visit.”
The Right-Hand Side of the Page Is a Travel Map Showing Points of Interest.”
Pictured on the layout is a depiction of the world map in outline form. The artist of this planner layout focused on highlighting places she has already visited. If you make a similar spread for your planner, you could choose to do the same thing — or you could take a different approach. You could highlight the places you want to visit.
Things I LOVE About This Planner Layout:
- The graphic design of this page looks artistic and interesting, yet is clean and uncluttered. There are no distractions.
- This type of layout is relatively easy to replicate; anyone could draw inspiration from this page and make their own version of it. For example, YOU could easily make a travel bucket list spread similar to this one for your own planner if travel is of interest to you.
- This spread is also easily customizable. You could change little details to make it your own. For example, I would like to make a similar planner layout for my own planner — but, since I prefer to sail rather than fly, I would replace the airplane icon with a tiny sailboat on my own version of this spread.
- The travel bucket list itself is interesting. It features some really great destinations that you might not have thought about visiting but could possibly be inspired to want to visit as a result of checking out the list.
Over to You:
Does this planner layout resonate with you? Will you make a similar layout for your planner, scrapbook or travel journal? Which 3 places are at the top of your travel bucket list?
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Posted By: Amy Solovay
This page was last updated on 10-23-2021