We all know that things can get a little crazy at bachelorette parties. But do you really want to post photos of your tabletop dance routine or your spin around the stripper pole on the Internet? These days employers– and even your grandma– will probably end up seeing the pictures you post on Facebook, MySpace or Twitter. So rather than broadcast your bachelorette party for the world to see, why not create a private space for only close friends to share those memories?
We found this really cool website called TheTravelingJournal.com. You and your bachelorette party guests can start a tradition by sharing your own Traveling Journal. Just pick out the journal style and color you like best and start filling it up with pictures and memories. Once you’re done, you pass it on to the next girl so she can add her own flare to the journal. Soon, your book will be filling up with friendship stories– and you don’t have to worry about Uncle Steve, your annoying co-worker or your 5th grade teacher seeing it. Your bachelorette party is a great time to kick off this new tradition and stay connected with your best girlfriends with a Traveling Journal.