In a hectic lifestyle, which most people are used to, last-minute trips are not an anomaly, but the norm. Therefore, it makes sense to have a last-minute travel checklist that you can contact every time you have about one hour to pick up and leave.
You must make sure that everything is in order at your place, you must make sure that you have all the necessary documents and all things are packed; When it comes to last-minute travel, it’s easier said than done!
Firstly, the documents that you need: you will be surprised at how many people really forget their passports, tickets and visas, in a hurry of the last minute of the trip! If you need medical documents to enter the country, you must have them with you, and you must also have documents related to your health insurance.
Carry enough traveler’s checks with you and make sure you also have credit cards. Transferring a country’s currency is also a good idea. If you have an international driver’s license, take them with you, it will be useful.
It is not enough to take the medicine with you; You will need to take your recipe with you, in case you need to replenish. Emergency phones are another necessity: keep a StayPromo Disney World checklist of them. It is also always advisable to have additional photos on your passport with you, in case you need them for something.
How to use your baggage checklist
There are some things that you will need wherever you are and during your stay. These are the elements that you put in the spreadsheet and that never change or delete (the best way to identify them is to change the color of the cell so that you accidentally did not delete them).
For each holiday you will need slightly different things, but it is always worth keeping and updating your lists, since you do not need to reinvent the wheel. Although a beach holiday in Cornwall will be different from a holiday on the French Riviera, there will be similarities. More importantly, the Cornwall checklist will be very similar to the one required for the Brittany coastline. And the French Riviera could be a good starting point for Hawaii!
If you pack for a couple or family, the Excel spreadsheet will quickly become your lifeline. With children, this is a great way to learn about what is important for each child, and also to enjoy how his requirements change as they grow and begin to need more and more the same as adults, and leave their children’s needs.