No matter where your next adventure takes you, you’re always looking to explore new landscapes, foods, levels of relaxation and moments of wonder with the people you love, or new people you meet.
The best part about travel is the unexpected: what amazing surprises does this trip have in store for you?
In order to be the most open to these happy surprises, you want to make sure there are no surprises on the business-end of your vacation: are there mistakes you can avoid? Tricks to make that plane ride easier? Ways to protect your things abroad? We’ll cover all that and more to help you focus less on the not-so-fun and way more on the excitement that awaits you.
If you’re traveling abroad, there are tons of passport mistakes that might hold you up at security. Some of these mistakes are easily avoidable, while others might just surprise you!
To those that want to keep their healthy lifestyle or diets under control while on vacation, being prepared will be the best way to do this.
Just like when meal prepping for a regular week, thinking about your meals and before your trip and packing what you can will make all the difference.
Checking out the surrounding area can help you to determine various restaurants or grocery stores that can help you stay on track.
You can get in your veggies quickly with green superfood powder.
How we set ourselves up in the morning can determine how the rest of the day will go. To help ensure that you’ll have a healthy day, add some vanilla whey protein powder to your coffee in the morning. Not only is it super delicious, but it will help tame your hunger.
Eat small, healthy snacks throughout the day to help avoid getting super hungry and binging on something greasy later on.
Being thirsty can feel a lot like hunger, so staying hydrated can help combat those hunger pains.
While you probably know the basic necessities for having an enjoyable flight (ear buds, a blanket, chewing gym, etc.), there are still some items that might make your time inflight even better.
Sometimes the inflight movies just don’t cut it. And if your flight doesn’t have that nifty backseat TV with tons of options, or if you just don’t want to watch it, having more entertainment options at your disposal will help you zone out of the actual time in the sky and enjoy yourself as much as possible.
Especially if you’re on a long business trip, or even if you just get homesick easily, you can make your hotel room feel a bit more comfy with just a few easy moves:
It’s always a good idea to think about how to ensure all of your belongings, whether at home or on vacation with you, are secure and protected while you’re away.
This doesn’t just happen in the movies. If your entire family is on vacation, burglars can sense it. Do a few things to make sure your home still appears to have you in it:
Here are a few things you can do to protect the valuables you brought with you.
Depending on where you’re going, you might want to bring your pet along.
In general, cats are happier at home, so we’re thinking more dogs here – especially if they can tagalong on some outdoorsy adventures!
*Please note: Driving is the most ideal mode of transportation for your pet.
When you’ve got the travel itch but don’t know exactly where you want to go next, ask yourself these questions:
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