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While I don’t know that my way of dealing with packing and my fear of forgetting something important is the most effective method of pre-travel planning, I do know lists. And for that reason I will share with you the three most important lists I make before any trip. Hopefully it will help you with your own pre-vacation packing.
This list is pretty general and it covers a few days prior to departure. This list includes everything from holding the mail to packing to loading the car to turning off the lights to reminding our house-sitter of the alarm code to reminding the house-sitter to feed the pets (as if though the pets would allow that to be forgotten). It is a good list to have because it allows me to see how much general stuff has to be done prior to leaving, and every time I cross something off I can physically feel myself relaxing and feeling more in control (this really might just be me). So when I’m at a Scottsdale resort I cam fully focus on relaxing only.
The Don’t Forget List
This is my favorite list because it’s the one I consider most important. There are certain things you just cannot pack in advance, and those are usually the most important items to have. I start making this list one day and add to it as I go through the day. For example, I will add phone chargers to the list when I wake up, my favorite razor after my shower, my daughter’s favorite stuffed animal and blanket when I put her down for her afternoon nap and her aerochamber the first time we use it that day. I keep this list on the back of the front door, adding to it and crossing things off as needed. I add things like passports, licenses, wallets, snacks and favorite sippy cups as needed.
The Things I Need List
Another of my favorite lists is the things I need list. I usually start making this one in advance so that I know what to get when I shop a few days prior to departure. Before I make this list I go through our pre-packed toiletry bag (it’s so much easier to have one of these than it is to pack every single little thing we use on a daily basis every time we travel) and see what we need more of before we leave. It also helps me remember that we might need gloves if we’re going somewhere cold or swim diapers if we’re headed to a beach or pool. The appeal of jet cards like the ones found at Jettly is also undeniable for frequent flyers, particularly those who value predictability and ease in their travel arrangements. Utilizing corporate travel booking software can further streamline the planning and booking process for business trips, ensuring efficiency and convenience.