How to plan a holiday
I am heading to France with my boyfriend and his family in August, it’s the first time I have ever been abroad! I know! I’m a very anxious bean, but this year I am fighting my fears and heading to France!
I thought that I would write this blog post to help people how to plan a holiday; as I’ve been planning mad for the last few months!
If you need help or advice on how to do this, have a little read below and enjoy!
P.S: if you are going on holiday, please tell me where you are going! I hope you have a lovely time!:D
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Buy a planning book:
|I bought this from John Lewis, but it can also be found on Amazon:
There are other planning books out there, you don’t need to buy this exact one. It retails for £9.99.
When I found out that I was actually leaving the country for the first time in my life, I was so excited, but extremely nervous! I have NEVER been outside the UK. To stop my anxiety holding me back once more I decided to take matters into my own hands and buy a planning book. This enabled me to write down everything I needed to know. For example, within this book it has several sections which are essential when planning a holiday.
Without this handy contraption, I don’t think I would be leaving the country, I would be too nervous to remember the necessities at the top of my head. Having something organised to write everything down means I can look back on notes, any last minute adjustments can be made; and I can also record my encounters in another country.
Within this book there are several sections, for example:
This is a planners dream book! I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it! It changed my life as it didn’t make me anxious, it took away my nerves of traveling to a different place. I highly recommend a planning book when you are going on holiday! I can’t stress this enough!
Ask yourself questions:
When planning a holiday, you need to ask yourself the important questions, if you can’t answer these questions clearly, then you need to plan further.
I know that within the next few weeks I will be showing you how to pack a suit case, what you need in your suitcase, and what not to forget! As the weeks role by, I will be keeping you up to date on what I am buying for France, as well as planning.
Thank you for taking your time to read this! I hope you have a lovely day, and I will see you again later on today! I love you lots, stay tuned Little ones 😀 <3