Travel Tips…(That I will most likely forget or ignore over and over again)

When I was on active duty, I was in charge of taking care of people, their safety, millions of dollars in equipment-the usual. πŸ˜‚

So, I would always check my work on the planes, have someone else check it, then check it again. This was almost to the point of obsession and then, at times, getting frozen into inaction worrying about the completeness of my work. 

Now that my life is on a different path and I’m settling into being “a normal citizen” I have slowed down tremendously. 

What did I do to speed it back up? Spent most of my meager savings on a trip to England and Amsterdam. Crazy, I know, but I am not getting any younger and you can’t take your πŸ’° with ya when you go. 

Did I do a stellar job of making sure all my chargers, sd cards, remotes for cameras etc. worked…or check and triple check I had everything…NOPE

So, my advice would be to make sure everything you bring actually works πŸ˜‰ and you have all pieces of equipment or items you will need. 

I am telling myself these are lessons learned but, I know me and I will probably not do any of that again next time.πŸ˜‚

Author: gypsygina1

Sailor. Empath. Essential Oils Enthusiast. I am constantly searching for peace in myself and when I get a glimpse of it, I share it with whoever will listen.

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