We’re on the final week of April and while everyone’s out and about this summer, we’re pretty sure that you don’t want to just sit there, stuck- dreaming while looking at our travel posts. But reality bites, you have to work your ass off to earn moolah to support your daily needs and you’ve got bills to pay, more so, extending a mile trip will entail you to file a leave and might give you bulk of backlogs when you get back.
Hush! Don’t get us started talking about time management and Pareto Principle because believe it or not, time is never scarce. You just have to plan and make the most out of it. We have listed below ways on how you can maximize and enjoy your long been overdue trip. School from our list and start packing, stat!
TAKE A BREATHER AND ALLOT TIME
As a trivia, we will save you from the computation. There are 365 days in a year, 52 are weekends, each day composed of 1440 minutes, you are entitled to have at least a vacation, so take a leave and plan it accordingly:
– Mark your calendars for long weekends
– Schedule your vacation leaves in between weekend and holidays
– Take Friday and / or Monday leaves
– Determine the lean weeks/months of your job and take days off
GO TO THE NEAREST AND MOST ACCESSIBLE DESTINATIONS
Discover places near your area that is accessible via private car or public transport. If you like traveling by plane, choose destinations that has 2 hours or less flying time and with non-stop flight schedule.
Take down the road before the sun rises and get back after it sets
BOOK THE EARLIEST FLY IN AND THE LATEST FLY OUT!
Know the total travel duration needed to reach your destination including flying time and transport from the airport.
With that in mind, book your flight including necessary allowance needed to avoid being frantic
DON’T TRY TO SQUEEZE ALL ACTIVITIES
Having many priorities, means no priority at all. Point out what are the unique, best known highlights of the place. Spend most of your time experiencing it not trying to squeeze out all the activities if you don’t have the luxury of time. Others can be scheduled on your next visit and can be done best in some other places.
DON’T JUST PLAN, MAKE IT HAPPEN!
We all need to take a break sometimes. Be with people who loves to travel and making it happen.
Traveling refuels passion and relaxes the mind from all the stresses and stessors. It will renew your outlook and breathe new perspective far beyond staying at your workplace.
So don’t delay and wait for burnout to happen. Okay?
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