Keep calm and carry-on!
Life is full of things that, technically speaking, we are able to do, but that reasonable, considerate people refrain from doing—because it negatively impacts the other people around us.
Personally, I think the entire year of 2016 has just been too much too handle for most people.
The cheapest ticket is not always the best option.
Always search for flights in incognito or private browsing mode to get the lowest price.
Only assholes recline their seats – When stuck in economy, and craving for a little more space, remember everyone else is stuck in economy too. Treat your fellow man with respect—don’t recline your seat.
I chalk some of it up to external anxiety, to the complexities of my life that use the vulnerability of travel to shove their way into my subconscious, urging me to lose practicality and preying upon my lack of control.
Because you’re probably an adult, and we expect so much more of you.
3. “Always keep your passport on you when you’re overseas.”
You’re probably going to watch an in flight movie without headphones because you won’t spring for the $2 pair they offer, and you’re going to ask your seat-neighbor what’s happening every five minutes because she was smart enough to not lose the free pair Apple provided her with. Basically you’re a monster.