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postheadericon How to Pack a Carry on Bag Full of Fun for a Long Plane Ride

How to Pack a Carry on Bag Full of Fun for a Long Plane Ride

Plane rides can be long and boring; this is a fact that cannot be argued. Thankfully, having a bag full of entertainment can lessen the boredom that an unprepared flyer is doomed to endure. 1 Find a bag. A good carry-on bag should be small enough and light enough that you can carry it easily. However, it should not be so small that it cannot fit everything you need. It also must be small enough that it fits under the seat in front of you or in the overhead bin….

postheadericon How to Pack a Carry on Bag for Girls

How to Pack a Carry on Bag for Girls

If you’re going on a plane ride, whether it be across the country or across the world, here are some tips for packing a carry-on bag and how to be comfortable on a short or long flight. 1 Choose your bag. Your bag should be light, big enough to carry what you need and cute. Try not to get a bag that looks flashy/expensive because it might be stolen. If you’re going on a long flight, try to carry a backpack, because if you have a handbag/purse, everything will seem…

postheadericon How to Overcome the Post Vacation Blues

How to Overcome the Post Vacation Blues

Three Parts:Making Physical ChangesShifting Your PerspectiveRe-Adjusting to Your Normal LifeCommunity Q&A Many people who travel on vacation/holiday find themselves experiencing post-vacation blues, also known as post-vacation or post-travel depression. This condition is marked by an overall decrease in well-being and work productivity following a satisfying vacation.[1] Having to get back into the routine of work, school, and daily life in general can be a source of distress, disorientation and discomfort. However unpleasant it may be, though, the post-vacation blues can be overcome with a little determination, some perspective, some insight…

postheadericon How to Organize Executive Accommodations

How to Organize Executive Accommodations

Whether you are planning travel for one executive or for an entire group, the choice of accommodations can impact the success of the business trip. An executive on the road is typically working long hours, possibly fighting jet lag or fatigue and dealing with an unfamiliar city while trying to make a good impression on clients and maintain continuity with the home office. If travel is to a meeting held at a hotel and convention center, the accommodations will usually be at that hotel. Often, however, an executive may be…

postheadericon How to Organize a Pleasurable Vacation

How to Organize a Pleasurable Vacation

Have a vacation coming up? Don’t know where to start? Feel like a stress balloon ready to burst? Well, calm down and read on… This article has been tagged as a stub. That means it’s off to a good start, but still has room to grow into a more helpful resource. Until the article reaches its full potential, it will be hidden from search results. Can you help it flourish? If you think the article offers complete and accurate instructions, feel free to remove this tag. Steps 1 If you…

postheadericon How to Be a Successful Pilgrim

How to Be a Successful Pilgrim

Travelling for a religious purpose to a pilgrim town is very different from a summer holiday with family or backpacking with friends. These steps will help you become a successful pilgrim. Please note that “temple” is used as a generic term, but you could well substitute it with churches/mosque/synagogue or any other place of worship. 1 Feel as if God wants you to undertake this journey and remain eager to see the temple. Slowly, bring the shrine and the particular deity into your consciousness, right from the time you get…

postheadericon How to Negotiate Frequent Flyer Miles

How to Negotiate Frequent Flyer Miles

Negotiating your way through the maze of possible options for frequent flyer miles might be a little daunting but once you have a better understanding of getting them and making the most of them, you will be able to use them most effectively. This article aims to improve your understanding of frequent flyer miles. 1 Recognize that frequent flyer miles are a marketing technique. That being said, you can use them to your advantage if you are careful about their usage. In short, always buy a ticket because of cost…

postheadericon How to Navigate from the Terminals to the Boarding Gate at Orlando International Airport (MCO)

How to Navigate from the Terminals to the Boarding Gate at Orlando International Airport (MCO)

If you’ve ever been to Orlando, you’ve potentially flown out of or through Orlando International Airport. But once you get inside the airport doors, navigating it’s long hallways and corridors makes things tricky. This article can explain how to navigate this airport, so things seem less tricky and get you to find our gate without much of a disaster happening. Ad This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2014-05-09. Steps 1 Arrive at…

postheadericon How to Navigate in Flight Using an Automatic Direction Finder

How to Navigate in Flight Using an Automatic Direction Finder

An Automatic Direction Finder (ADF) is used for exactly what it says: to find the direction of not only a radio source (i.e: a radio tower), but also to use the bearings (locations) of two radio sources and the headings (directions of travel) of their signals in order to pinpoint the location of the aircraft receiving them.[1] An example of one type of ADF indicator is the RMI (Radio Magnetic Indicator) pictured in Figure 1, which is the version discussed in this article. An RMI consists of a magnetic compass…

postheadericon How to Navigate International Airports

How to Navigate International Airports

Oh the pain of navigating through an international airport. From the time you enter till the time you board your plane, it’s frightening – you’ll be weaving inwards and outwards, frontwards and backwards. It’s completely a mess to keep up with what way your body should be moving. But, this article will get you in the direction you’ll need to go to get you onto your plane to head to your destination rather painlessly. Ad This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to…