Travel Tips for Honeymoons
Our very own Krista Klumpp travels to 10-12 cities per month! Krista is a business consultant, a fitness model and a contributing editor to the Skinny Sexy Bride blog. She’s seen the inside of more airports than a TSA agent, so listen up as she gives you her inside travel tips for honeymoons:
Whether you’re doing a high amount of traveling as you plan your wedding or you have a career that keeps you on the road, it pays to be organized. It’s a must that you stay on top of things so that the trip is as least stressful as possible as high stress scenarios will not spell good news for your fat loss progress. If you’re highly stressed out because you aren’t all that prepared, not only will you enjoy the trip less, but you may not stick to your scheduled diet and workouts as well either.
Let’s go over a few quick reminders that any traveling bride needs to keep in mind.
Check Out Frequent Flier Programs
The very first thing that you should do is check out some of the frequent flier programs that are available. If you’re always on the road, these are a great way to help you save money – which you can then use to spend on your wedding, and often also offer numerous other perks as well.
If you’re spending a lot of money on airfare and hotels, these can help you make the most of it.
Consider Keeping A Packed Toiletries Bag
Second, another quick tip that a traveling bride may want to consider is keeping a packed toiletries bag at home. Packing and unpacking is often the last thing that you feel like doing before and after a long trip, so this makes things easier for you.
Shop for travel sizes of all of your needed items and keep them in your traveling bag at all times. This way, you eliminate having to pack up your usual home items. Simply grab the bag and go.
Keep Copies Of Your Passport On Hand
The next important point to remember is to make sure that you are keeping copies of your passport on hand at all times. In the case that your passport does get lost, this could become very serious instantly.
Having a copy on hand will ease the situation until you can figure out where you may have lost your passport and notify officials of its disappearance.
Since you can’t travel without a passport, this isn’t something that you ever want to be without. Having a back-up copy will ensure you aren’t.
Allow For Some Downtime At The Airport
Finally, the last quick tip to remember is to always aim to plan some downtime in the airport. If you can, try and avoid back to back flight changes as this will only add excess stress to your trip. If you can have a layover of at least an hour or two, it will give you time to grab something to drink, relax, and unwind, and make sure everything is in order before your next flight.
So keep these quick tips in mind next time you’re traveling. They’ll make the experience much more enjoyable and ensure that you can get back to your wedding planning full speed ahead.