Are you a planner or do you prefer spontaneity? Do you make to-do lists to tackle each day or do you take things as they come? Does having a color-coded calendar system bring you joy or make you anxious?
Some of us rely on itineraries and plans to bring order to our daily lives. Others see planning as a lot of work and not too much fun. When it comes to travel, a little planning can go a long way. That’s where the professional expertise and experience of a Travel Advisor is a must.
I’ve worked with both types of clients, the planners, and the spontaneous types. They both want a vacation that checks all of their boxes, and it usually starts with what’s on their bucket list.
Speaking of bucket lists, when was the last time you revisited your travel bucket list? If it’s been a while or you don’t yet have a bucket list, ask yourself these questions to get started:
Your bucket list can be as long as you want. Once you’ve put all your ideas down, go back and star or circle the top 3 to 5 items on it that are your top priorities. After that, set a goal for when you’d like to cross that experience off your list!
Click here for a handy worksheet to help you create your bucket list!
I’d love to see what you come up with. Maybe you’ve always wanted to do a sunset horse-back ride along the beach in Puerto Vallarta. Or you’ve always wanted to take a river cruise through Burgundy & Provence and taste local wines.
Let’s plan it now, so you can make it a reality in the future. I’m currently planning trips for 2021 and for 2022! Not sure which of your bucket list items are doable right now, or when you want to travel? I can help you understand your options so that you can feel safe and comfortable with your future travel plans.
Here’s to shortening your bucket list (so you can add even more to it later!)
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