Travel logging has shifted quite a bit to social media, but the Wandrd Travel Journal is designed to help offer those with wanderlust with an analog way to plan and document their journeys. The journal offers 12 dedicated spaces for separate trips that will help with the planning process as well as documenting the experience from the beginning. Users can take advantage of pre-trip checklists, itinerary planning sections, maps, travel logs and more to keep travelers supported during all aspects of the process.
The Wandrd Travel Journal has a total of 240 pages and also comes with three bookmarks and a series of tear-out note cards for giving to fellow travelers or hosts. The journal speaks to an increased demand for offline ways to increase mindfulness and live more outside of social media.