10 minutes | Saturday, June 4th, 2022
Whether you realise it or not, traveling can take a mental toll on you, specially these post-covid days with a huge pent-up desire for travel coming back with a bang. The stress mounts, from packing to navigating an airport and finally making it to your accommodation. Planning a trip used to be exciting but these days it can be a stressful venture for most of us, especially when we don’t plan and organise well. The good news is that you can reduce the amount of stress and anxiety you feel while planning that getaway. Travel doesn’t have to produce stress. Whether for leisure or business, that trip should create some enjoyment and rejuvenation.
Benjamin Franklin said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”
Today on Travel Talk we look at some tips you can use to help reduce the stress that comes with travel: These may seem like obvious solutions, but even planning the small things can alleviate anxiety. From organised packing to choosing a good seat on your flight to pre-booking airport transfers, we have some common sense advice to make that travel experience as stress free as possible.