When it comes to travel, there’s always the matter of scheduling. Because travel involves time specifically, you have to work with your relationship with months, days and hours in order to create the most enjoyment for yourself. Procrastinators are known to have an awful time trying to get a good trip in, simply because they won’t take the time to schedule anything, or if they do, they refuse to stay on that schedule.
So, five ways that you can avoid stress, and instead replace it with positive actions, include scheduling travel via subscription, by holiday, over school breaks, using the weather as your guide, or picking events of choice to travel to.
Honestly, can you think of anything more consistent in terms of scheduling than a subscription? And just like there are subscriptions for billing cycles, there are subscriptions for travel cycles. Usually these come in the form of emails or coupon details. They exist along the lines of getting regular updates from travel companies or airlines that have deals that repeat every cycle of some sort. If you want to make sure you keep on a travel schedule, let those companies do the hard work of creating a system for you.
Sometimes the best way to schedule travel is by working with holidays. Depending on your job, that may be when you get time off anyway, so you can plan as far in advance as you need for things like buying airplane tickets or reserving cars or hotel rooms. Just remember that holidays are popular for everyone to travel on, so expect a greater rush on any available resources during those time periods.
Over School Breaks
If you or a member of your traveling party is in school, then the best time to plan for your vacations is definitely going to be during school breaks. This could mean an extended trip during the summer, or a shorter trip during summer or Christmas breaks. Lots of times there are specific cities around the world that have great vacations geared toward these school break times.
Using the Weather
If your preference is for hot or cold climates during your vacationing, then your schedule might prioritize the weather. Especially if you’re trying to do athletic things like skiing, you definitely want to pay attention to what the climate conditions are like during different seasons, and work your vacations around those peak times.
Picking Events of Choice
And finally, you can schedule you travel around events. Major music festivals are a common thing to go to, so once those dates are set by the organization, that’s when you can start making your own plans. Especially for events that are set many months in advance, this can lead to all kinds of deals if you book your tickets soon enough.
Originally posted on April 21, 2017 @ 2:18 pm