In the weeks leading up to your holiday you have all manner of things to remember, and it can often feel like a stressful experience, making you wonder if you should bother going away at all.


Well in answer to that, of course you should!


All you need to do is organise yourself accordingly, and you won’t forget anything. You can’t get away from the fact that travel day is stressful anyway, it’s just the way it is, and the only way you can cut down on it a little is to check out any information about your flight before you leave the house, so at least you know what you’re dealing with. I go online and check my up to date flight times with a flight tracker, to find out about any possible delays. This helps me know what to expect when I get to the check in desk.


So, let’s look at a few of the ‘you must not forget’ things you need for your break.


You might not need any, but just check with your GP, or the NHS website, to see if you do need any additional vaccinations or anti-malaria medication for your jaunt. Again, do this about a month beforehand.


Print out all your documents, and check the spellings.

Any flight itineraries, hotel vouchers etc, print them all out and check the details. Put them in your hand luggage with your passport, ready to go!


See, it’s not so difficult when you break it down! Organization is key to a hassle free vacay.


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Ms. Career Girl

Ms. Career Girl was started in 2008 to help ambitious young professional women figure out who they are, what they want and how to get it.