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Tips for Stress-free Travel

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Have a Plan

  • PPP. Plan, Plan, Plan. Even when you have only one day ahead of time notice, you can still prepare for that air-travel trip. Have a check-list of the things you need. Make sure you have all the necessities for travel, whether it be a one day or a one month trip. There have been so many articles written and posted on the internet about the ABC's of travel. Google "travel tips" or similar phrases, if you are not sure what to do. I am pretty sure that is how you got to this webpage. Make a checklist. Make a 'map' of things to do. Simply, make a list. Tickets, money, toiletries, luggage, maps, outfit, weather, taxi, directions to the destinations, these are only some of the things that you need to know in your planning. 
  • Use the guide from other web travel writers (below). Just use the slider to see all the link pictures. Click on the link, and click on the purple tab "Source", to get to the website. 
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Have a list

  • Checking it more than twice. The list, that is. 
  1. Travel Tickets - checked
  2. Maps - checked
  3. Travel Planners - checked
  4. Passport - checked
  5. Cash or Cashier's Checks - checked 
  6. Application for International Driver's License (if going international and driving) - checked
  7. Baby sitters/Cat/Dog Sitters . Instructions for care of pets, i.e., medicine, etc. Checked
  8. Notify the bank that you are traveling - checked
  9. The right suitcase. - checked
  10. Traveling light. List the items to be packed. Checked
  11. Confirm hotel/room accommodations. Checked
  12. Have a friend take care of mails and packages. Checked.
  13. Phone numbers and addresses of friends to destinations. Checked.
  14. Phone numbers and addresses of friends house sittingyour home. Checked.
  15. Leave phone numbers and if possible, name of hotel to caretakers. Checked.
  16. Don't forget cell fone and/or tablet or laptop.
  17. Chargers. Checked.
  18. Be early for your flight. You never know how long the line is going to be.
  19. ......and the list is not limited to the above.

 

Your trip planning might be a success and everything is going right as planned. Then, at the last minute the plan hit a snag. Are you ready to change plans in a moment's notice? Maybe there is a mechanical problem with your airplane. Maybe it hit a flock of birds. Maybe the weather changed all of a sudden. What to do now? Do you have a contingency plan? Now is the time to think of contingency planning just in case. Don't leave home without this.

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