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  • Top Ten Moving Tips Making The Move Easier -What is there to do

    Traveling should be something to look forward to, shouldn't it? Of course itshould. The problem is, that many of us have had so many stressful trips inthe past that a lot of the fun has gone out of it. But what if you could avoidmuch of the stress associated with traveling? You can; take a look at these

    suggestions.

    If you are worried about safety, carry a fake wallet. If you are travelingthrough a rough area, take precautions and carry a spare wallet with a few

    token dollars in it. In the off chance you do get accosted, you can hand over

  • the fake wallet and your real valuables will remain safe.

    Take an extra debit card with you while traveling. Things sometimes get loston long trips. If you can, keep an extra debit card handy. Having too muchcash on hand is often a bad idea. An extra debit card is much less risky and

    far easier to keep track of.

    Tip your hotel service personnel. A small tip can make the greatest differencein your stay. If you do not tip, the maid who services your room may feel

    slighted by the lack of financial gratitude and this could lead to the neglect ofyour room as well as supply of soaps and shampoos. Your luggage carrier,

    when properly paid, could suggest the great spots around town.

  • In most parts of the world, it is considered good etiquette to ask someone forpermission when taking their picture. Many people will become very offended

    if you take their photograph without asking, and this could even lead toviolence. It is better to simply get their permission first than risk offense.

    Young women traveling alone may want to invest in a simple gold plated bandor cubic zirconium ring. Wear the ring on your left ring finger which signals

    that you are married or engaged. This keeps potential suitor at bay and givesan excuse for unwanted attention in hotels, airports and buses. While it mayseem a tad dishonest, it can keep you from getting hit on if you are alone in

    unfamiliar places.

  • Use vacuum bags to pack more into your carry-on luggage. Trying to fiteverything you'll need for your trip into a carry-on-sized bag can be

    challenging. To maximize the space, try using travel vacuum bags for yourclothes. You insert your clothes, zip the bag, and roll it to remove the air. Just

    be sure to unpack as soon as you arrive at your destination so that yourclothes have time to return to their normal shape.

    Replace the lock on your luggage with a combination lock. Many pieces ofluggage come with locks and keys. Keys get lost. Not that it matters. The

    locks are so cheaply made, they can be broken right off. It would not be a badidea to discard them entirely and replace them with a sturdier combination

    lock.

  • If you are traveling overseas, you may want to consult a health practitionerabout what vaccinations are recommended. Different areas of the world have

    different diseases and you always want to be prepared for what you arewalking into. There are plenty of vaccinations out there that can keep you

    safe.

    If you plan to travel for more than a weekend, inform your bosses two weeksprior to leaving so that they can find someone to cover your responsibilities

    before hand. This way, you are not relying on someone who merely says theywill cover for you and you have respectfully informed them the reasons of

    your absence.

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    Top Ten Moving Tips Making The Move Easier - What is there to doTraveling should be something to look forward to, shouldn't it? Of course it should. The problem is, that many of us have had so many stressful trips in the past that a lot of the fun has gone out of it. But what if you could avoid much of the stress associated with traveling? You can; take a look at these suggestions.If you are worried about safety, carry a fake wallet. If you are traveling through a rough area, take precautions and carry a spare wallet with a few token dollars in it. In the off chance you do get accosted, you can hand over the fake wallet and your real valuables will remain safe.Take an extra debit card with you while traveling. Things sometimes get lost on long trips. If you can, keep an extra debit card handy. Having too much cash on hand is often a bad idea. An extra debit card is much less risky and far easier to keep track of.Tip your hotel service personnel. A small tip can make the greatest difference in your stay. If you do not tip, the maid who services your room may feel slighted by the lack of financial gratitude and this could lead to the neglect of your room as well as supply of soaps and shampoos. Your luggage carrier, when properly paid, could suggest the great spots around town.In most parts of the world, it is considered good etiquette to ask someone for permission when taking their picture. Many people will become very offended if you take their photograph without asking, and this could even lead to violence. It is better to simply get their permission first than risk offense.Young women traveling alone may want to invest in a simple gold plated band or cubic zirconium ring. Wear the ring on your left ring finger which signals that you are married or engaged. This keeps potential suitor at bay and gives an excuse for unwanted attention in hotels, airports and buses. While it may seem a tad dishonest, it can keep you from getting hit on if you are alone in unfamiliar places.Use vacuum bags to pack more into your carry-on luggage. Trying to fit everything you'll need for your trip into a carry-on-sized bag can be challenging. To maximize the space, try using travel vacuum bags for your clothes. You insert your clothes, zip the bag, and roll it to remove the air. Just be sure to unpack as soon as you arrive at your destination so that your clothes have time to return to their normal shape.Replace the lock on your luggage with a combination lock. Many pieces of luggage come with locks and keys. Keys get lost. Not that it matters. The locks are so cheaply made, they can be broken right off. It would not be a bad idea to discard them entirely and replace them with a sturdier combination lock.If you are traveling overseas, you may want to consult a health practitioner about what vaccinations are recommended. Different areas of the world have different diseases and you always want to be prepared for what you are walking into. There are plenty of vaccinations out there that can keep you safe.If you plan to travel for more than a weekend, inform your bosses two weeks prior to leaving so that they can find someone to cover your responsibilities before hand. This way, you are not relying on someone who merely says they will cover for you and you have respectfully informed them the reasons of your absence.

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