In a previous blog I discussed some of the ‘get to know’ information for booking an online flight and so the next step would be, having some knowledge or understanding of a few rules when flying. Some of these do’s and don’ts can seem a little unusual.
We all live with different cultures, philosophies and beliefs so when flying we’re going to be literally ‘rubbing shoulders’ with an unknown person and because of this we need to consider all concerned.
Did you know that Atlanta, Georgia USA is the current record holder as it has approximately 2500 flights per day? With this volume of flights to choose from it’d be beneficial have an idea of what to know when booking a flight online.
Even if you’re not flying out of Atlanta but you’re departing from Memphis, Melbourne or Manchester, there are still so many flights to choose from. Why not make things a little easier and help yourself to minimise costly errors when booking a flight online.
As we know, time is money so understanding the basics of the industry will benefit. Also, finding what suits you will lessen the possibility of getting caught somewhere; literally or financially.
There seems to be a new ‘in vogue’ term that’s very real for small business owners or entrepreneurs. It’s known as Context Switching and while the practice has been around for years it has now come to the foreground for several reasons. So, what is Context Switching?
Due to our work life being so busy and with technology assisting us more and more we have taken on even more multiple tasks but, this is normal, Right?
These tasks have to be completed on a daily basis and as a lot of businesses are simply not in the position to employ a team of staff, these tasks are spread around to whoever is on the payroll or, if there is only you in the business, you’re it. And for the smaller businesses and entrepreneurs, Context Switching will probably affect you the most.
Have you researched and found any value for money options in flights and suitable accommodation plus everything else connected to it? But it’s time away from family but what can be done to find how to get your life back?
You promised yourself that you’d get the travel sectors done by the end of day today but it’s 7pm mid-week again and it’s on the ‘not done yet’ list so it’s going to take a couple more hours, but you just want to go home.
We can meet some interesting characters when traveling and from these connections come the good, the bad and the downright dangerous experiences which can leave lasting memories that help us move forward.
At worst they can leave a scar that could result in us changing our journey completely but by sharing our travel experiences of the good, the bad and the downright dangerous, fellow travelers would be ever so grateful. I know I certainly would.
Deciding as to what is the most suitable and best travel clothes for an upcoming trip can be daunting to a lot of peopleso following are the best travel packing tips and tidbits.
any destination especially if it incorporates a flight doesn’t seem to be as
exciting as it used to be. Once upon a time I remember, (Ooh! Am I showing my
age?) when we could just throw whatever we wanted into a suitcase and head off
to the airport but unfortunately, those days are gone.
The best ways to save money on your next vacation will depend
on you and what sections you’re flexible with. To make it easier to find where the
savings could be, I find it best to divide the trip into sections. EG: Flights,
accommodation and rail. Then transfers, activities (day tours) and food in
another and the 3rd part will be more of the secondary elements of
Finding the best ways to save money on your next vacation can sometimes seem difficult but if the task is broken down into sections it’s surprising how these ways can be revealed. From the flights through to accommodation and day trips; to what you decide to eat and even to the amount of money you give in tips all are worth exploring. The dollars that can saved are huge!
Depending on your preferences will depend on what or where you save can $$. And because this topic itself is huge and varied the following is only Part 1 on how to save $ without sacrificing what you enjoy.
Does wanting to make a life of travel mean that you’re a travel addict?
Below are 25 reasons why you should. And how many do you recognize in yourself?
I’ve noticed that a few very keen travelers who go overseas at least once or twice a year have a habit of planning their next trip, either while they’re still away or immediately after returning. Wow! What a life!
So the question begs: Do they just simply enjoy traveling or are they actually addicted to travel?