When deciding which photos to discard, keep a few of the travel “episode” portions of your personal reality series. Whether flying, driving, or taking a train, your family probably snapped some shots of the journey. Even if you encountered obstacles, like misplaced keys, lost stuffed animals, or a flat tire, embrace the chaos as part of your story. My favorite quote from “1,000 Places to Visit Before You Die” is “There is no such thing as a bad trip. Just stories to tell when you get home” (and good photos/videos to share). Someday, you’ll look back and laugh. However, don’t keep 100 photos of the landscape and scenery. People are the most important part of your story. You likely won’t enjoy (or even bother) browsing through dozens of scenery shots later. Keep a few beautiful landscape shots that help tell the story, but delete the rest.