Nov 27, 2013

The Wind-Up, Wind-Down Syndrome


While holiday travels entail a relaxing and enjoyable time away from home, the irony is that the process in planning the logistics, details and figuring out what to appropriately pack, is anything but a walk in the park.

More often than not, those who work their usual nine to five put their nose to the grindstone and waste no time accruing any last minute work errands before making a quick dash to the departure gates.

The problem here is that most travelers leave preparations to the last minute. Unforeseeable problems put stressors on travel preparations and sometimes leaves very little cushion to relax and fully enjoy the trip.

A good lot of travellers suffer from this “Wind-Up, Wind-down Syndrome.” Many of them are professionals in their twenties to mid-forties. In fact, nearly half of holiday travelers leave their planning and preparations 24-hours before their departure. With such a hurried desire to leave, some even forego important travel elements such as insurance.

The good news is that this problem is fairly simple to remedy. Putting aside ample time for proper planning is key. For tips on how to make the most out of your holiday travels, check out some of our stress-free holiday travel articles here.

Remember that your holidays should be thoroughly enjoyed! You deserve it!

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