Sharing family adventures with Neveo // Review

Sharing family adventures with Neveo // Review

*A collaborative post 

As a family we love to fill our ‘spare’ time with family adventures, days out and experiences. When we’re out and about I take a lot of photographs, I love to capture my boys excitement and enjoyment and love to look back at them throughout the year to see how they’ve changed. I usually share my highlights on social media with snippets and photographs but not all our family share my love for the Internet and often these photographs go unseen. That’s why I was excited to work with Neveo

Neveo family journal

Neveo produce monthly family journals that are created via an app and online. Neveo is an exciting way to share photographs with your offline family and friends with the creation of a paper based journal full of the adventures from the month gone by.

Using the app to upload all your monthly photographs, you can select up to 100 photographs to share in the journal. Each photograph can include a caption informing the reader of the adventures from the photograph.

Neveo family journal

Neveo app dashboard

Users can invite other family members to contribute to the journal and upload their own photographs and it’s a brilliant way for families to keep their loved ones updated.

Neveo family journal

The app is easy and straight forward to use. On the user dashboard, Neveo invites you to upload your photographs with any caption you require (you can leave the captions blank but it’s recommended you fill in as much detail as possible). On the dashboard, there are indications of how many days left of the month you can add to the album and how many photograph spaces there are left to fill. Neveo work out all the technical layouts automatically for you so there is no need to worry about spending time on that.

At each step the app will guide you through and offer advice on what action is needed next. An email is sent at each stage (printing, posting etc) so you’re always kept informed about when your Neveo family journal is about to land on the doorstep.

We decided to send a copy of our November adventures to the boys Grandparents and it has gone down a storm. In fact, my Mom got a little teary as she saw the printed journal in the post. She has loved looking at all our photographs in all their colourful glory and has loved showing it to my Dad and all their friends.

Neveo family journal

The journal is printed on quality paper and the photographs look brilliant within the journal. It’s a brilliant way for Grandparents to show off their precious family, as it’s portable, there are no operating instructions and no batteries to remember to recharge.

Neveo is the ideal Christmas gift and is reasonably priced with free worldwide delivery. For a monthly journal with 100 colour photographs, it costs £14.99 a month or for 50 photographs it is just £9.99 a month. There’s an introductory 99p offer currently and I’m excited to share this with my readers as it’s a fantastic way to print off the monthly memories and share this with family or friends especially with Christmas coming up.

You can find out more about the Neveo journal app here (app available to download on Android and Apple) and begin sending your own monthly updates to your family or friends.

Emma Shilton

Emma Shilton, is a UK Family Lifestyle blogger from the West Midlands, UK, Emma is Mummy to two boys; Olly, (born February 2013) who loves Lego, cars and old cartoons and Freddie, (born January 2018) who loves noisy toys and making a mess. The blog follows their adventures as they capture everyday life, family travels and adventures.

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2 Comments

  1. 14/12/2018 / 1:22 pm

    This is a really sweet idea, especially to send to loved ones that live far away.
    Thanks for sharing this :)
    Debs

  2. 18/12/2018 / 2:27 pm

    This would m are a fabulous present for the grandparents. Will definitely check Neveo out.

    #TriedTested

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