What NOT to do when travelling

When we are travelling we tend to know the basics like being organised and all the other boring bits like paperwork. Though what things are included that actually makes you organised? Well, that’s what we’re here to talk about! Before you get to the airport if you have a suitcase and an extra bag to… Read more »

by Anonymous 1 month ago

When we are travelling we tend to know the basics like being organised and all the other boring bits like paperwork. Though what things are included that actually makes you organised? Well, that’s what we’re here to talk about!

Before you get to the airport if you have a suitcase and an extra bag to take with you on the plane. Make sure you either have no liquids whatsoever in your rucksack or handbag when you go through security! Or if you must have liquids like sanitiser (which in this day and age is a must) then make sure its already in a little plastic bag be- fore going through security. By doing these, you save time going through the airport security as well as saving stress of being stopped just purely because you forgot you have a lip balm rolling around in the bottom of your bag!

If you have a lot of technology and need quick access to chargers etc, make sure they can be easily accessed rather than having to empty a suitcase or bag just to find it. Or even better, if you have the money, find a smart suitcase that has a portable charger on it in which you can charge your phone and everything else. In this case, make sure you have that portable charger charged before you leave the house!

Last and not least is to have a checklist! We’ve all heard this before, and all at some point or another underestimated its potential. Having a list of items to pack and ticking them off as you go along or even certain jobs to be done can be so helpful. The general stress of travelling can be better managed if you have a checklist of all the necessities, which clothes you need and any essentials like chargers and toothbrushes!

These are all things commonly known, but sometimes we could all use the reminder or just encouragement to be better organised!