Three ways – you can organize your trip to perfection

Today we’re re finding out how to organize your trip to perfection.

To help me with that I spoke with a young man who gave me this guest post and he accept to share his ways with all my readers 🙂

So, let me introduce him to you for a start.

His name is Joshua and he manages The Habit Blog. He realizes that the quality of the lives of the lives we lead are merely a reflection of our habits. By changing your habits, your can change your life. He attempts to shed some light on the several habits we can develop in order to change our lives ASAP.

His work you can follow here:

You when you get to know him, let’s hear what are the best three ways to organize your trip?!

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I love traveling. Meeting new people, tasting new dishes, getting a gist of exotic cultures is awesome.

But the not so pleasurable side of traveling includes planning and executing the plan both pre-travel and during your travel.

Organizing your trip is vital lest you miss out on landmarks to visit, or forget something as important as your passport at home.

Organizing your trip doesn’t have to be all that tedious. Just make sure you don’t procrastinate on planning out your trip. You don’t want to regret having spent less time organizing your journey.

  1. Make a to-do list

This may seem like the oldest rule in the book, but it still works! Pause reading, take a piece of paper and write down all the things you think you must do.

Don’t ever forget to:

  •     Check your passports.
  •     Check your digital equipment.
  •     Book your tickets.
  •     Contact tourist guides.
  •     Arrange for sufficient cash belonging to the local currency.
  •     Calibrate your GPS and set up a roaming data plan.
  •     Take enough clothes with you.
  •     Acquire travel insurance.


2. Start right away

The reason you must start right away is that your to-do list is never really complete. As you begin to strike things off of your list, you may realize there are more sub-tasks to be done.


3. Plan the journey

  •     Make a list of the landmarks you want to visit.
  •     Make a detailed plan for each day of your trip.
  •     Try to allocate a certain period of time for visiting each location.
  •     List out all the different cuisines you want to try.
  •     List out all the various merchandise you want to load up on.
  •     Try to incorporate attending festivals on your plan.

Planning enables you to get the most out of your trip.

Planning and organizing pre-travel will turn your vacation into a scintillating experience.

Happy holidays, guys! I hope y’all have a great time.

Procrastination held me down for years. There were times when I forgot to take my passport lol! Here’s how I learned to procrastinate on procrastination.


If you would like to find out about the essence of habits in our lives, click here.


If you’re looking for an easy way to create new habits, click here.


And for today’s post this would be everything! 


Thank you Joshua for sharing your tricks with us! It was my pleasure to host you!


Until some next time,

Enjoy reading!

* This text reflects the opinions and experiences of the guest writer and does not reflect the views of the blog author

22 thoughts on “Three ways – you can organize your trip to perfection

  1. Christopher Mitchell says:

    I’d have to say that planning the journey is the most important. That being said, you also need to be flexible, and accept that you’re going to be confronted with new opportunities when you get there that you hadn’t necessarily considered.

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  2. Nomadic Shoes says:

    Simple yet effective. I also love to make to-do-list. But sometimes dont plan and just go with the flow, still i know planning in advance has its advantages 🙂

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  3. Alexander Popkov says:

    Well, for some people – careful planning is the way to go. But I disagree. The more detailed your plan is – the less exciting is your trip. When you already know things you are going to visit – it stops to be exciting.

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  4. Val says:

    I love lists! I find it super useful to prepare them especially when I don’t have much time to explore a place and want to see as much as possible, they make me save so much time!

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  5. says:

    I have to confess, I am not much of a planner when it comes to my travels – I simply find a cheap flight/cheap accommodation, and away I go 🙂 but for those that prefer to be a little less spontaneous/risk-adverse, these are great tips, very handy! x

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  6. ritika says:

    yeah we pretty much follow the same things…some people dnt get into making detailed day by day itinerary but we like to do all our homework so that we can make best of our limited holidays

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  7. Followingtherivera says:

    These are some great tips! I’m usually half a planner, and the rest is spontaneous! However, I do think checking the essentials, like passport, medicine etc is a must, and I always make sure I have insurance.

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  8. worldiswidetrvl says:

    This is a great list. I agree wholeheartedly with starting your list early. I always think of things that need to go on the list at random times. Generally by the time it is time to pack, I’ve thought of (most) everything we’ll need (though, like you said, it’s never really “complete”).

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