Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Yearbook: Your Story in Your Time and in Your Own Words

Every year, your school rolls out its yearbook where every student is required to pose for a picture and provide a quotation to be placed under your photo. Your school yearbook for any given year will also feature interesting stories …

Why an Ink-and-Paper High School Yearbook Even in the Age of Online Social Media

The traditional paper-and-ink high school yearbook has lessened in importance among young people because of their growing preferences for free social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. In contrast, you have to pay a good amount of money, say, …

Looking Your Best in Your Yearbook Photo

You only get to do it once in an entire school year – get your picture taken for the school’s annual yearbook, that is – so you want to look good, nay, great for it. Plus, everybody who knows you, …

The History of Navy Cruise Books

Navy cruise books are similar to school yearbooks in that photos of the all the individuals aboard the cruise, which means everybody from the Seaman Recruit to the Fleet Admiral has a place in the yearbooks. These cruise books are …

Good Quotes for High School Yearbooks

High school yearbooks can either be your bane or boon in the present or in the future depending on two aspects, namely, your photo and your quotation. Keep in mind that although your appearance will change with time – hopefully, …

The History you Made – Military Cruise Books

When servicemen and women return home, what better way to share their experiences than to bring home a military cruise book. Like a yearbook, military cruise books show in pictures what words can’t. I’m sure you’d agree, describing in words …

Elementary School Yearbooks

Think yearbooks are just for older kids? Think again! Elementary schools are now offering yearbooks for their students, and they love it. Your children have learned a lot in their years of schooling so far. What better way to showcase …