Here are the pages for that (so far, and I say so far because one can always change these journal entries with more photos, scribbles, extra papers, etc.)
I'm using a Canson journal that is made for scrapbooking - it's brown kraft paper pages are heavy but could be heavier when I paint on them so there is no buckling. Also, journalling takes patience - you must wait until the glue and paint dries before you press the book down to get the buckles out (which I don't always do and then end up with pages glued to the backs of other pages and it ruins a photo...so more patience is needed). I don't even know where I got this book but I have 2 of them and they must have been an impulse buy at some time, perhaps from Dick Blick or Cheap Joe's.
Now I'm supposed to take a photo of "my travelling shoes," and I don't really have a pair of shoes that I consider my constant travelling shoes (well, it depends on where you're going and what the terrain is like and whether it's winter or summer or...a girl has to have many pairs of travelling shoes! ha ha). After I choose one pair, then I begin on the next themed entries about travel...I think I may have covered that in these two pages already but I can always add more and expand. Lisa (LK) gives us questions to answer and tips each time on how to create pages using interesting effects...like using white gesso over your black and white photo and then using colored pencils to bring out just a bit of color in the photo = very cool effect.