Create a list of what to pack. You can start your list anytime before you travel. By having a detailed list of what you need, you will take the stress out of packing. If you get in a rush and have to pack right before you leave, this list will ensure that you have everything that you need, and that you do not forget something.
If you are traveling in a foreign country, be careful of the taxis you choose to ride. If you simply could not get a recommendation and have to grab a vehicle immediately, all legitimate services should have some form of driver Identification and company license available in plain view on the dash. Anyone can pose as a taxi service, and you don’t know what someone might do or where you might be taken.
Bring a doorstop to your hotel room. They are small and easy to pack. They also do a great job keeping a door closed.
Sign yourself up for alerts on travel prices. You can put in your desired location and it keeps an eye on the prices for that area. When hotel or airline prices drop, the website will send an email to alert you to the price change. The alerts eliminate the need for you to constantly follow up on the prices.
If it’s too hard to leave your furry friend at home, bring her along. There are many pet-friendly vacations to experience. Many will provide services like daycare, spas, and even cruises that welcome pets. Do not be intimidated by the experience and bring your furry friend along.
Make sure that the packing list for your next trip include clothespins. While they may not be something you would normally pack, clothespins can come in very handy.
Bring along things to keep your toddler busy. Take a few favorite games and toys. You may also look into purchasing something new for your child to keep them occupied much longer as they get used to their new toy.