These items will help you pack smart and allow you to leave extra room in your suitcase for souvenirs.
Don’t worry as much about disruption and chaos—it might simply mean interesting things are happening—fear stability and complacency because it means decay.
Keep calm and carry-on!
You have no choice but to confront many of these fear-inducing situations on a daily basis – at which point you quickly learn that your fears are almost always unjustified, self-imposed limitations.
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.
Understand that it is okay to start loving your country more than you did before.
Hold back on your usual routines or actions and adjust yourself to your partner to make it easier for them. Be adaptive to your partner and adjust to their needs.
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.
3. “Always keep your passport on you when you’re overseas.”
This guide is for those who would love nothing more than to see the world but have no idea how to begin.