Monthly Archives: March 2018

4 Travel Tips When You’re Expecting

Going on a trip for babymoon is a dream for every expecting woman. Plane flight, hectic road, and bad weather are the small example of the stressful moment that can happen while on the go. If you are expecting and have a plan to go for a long trip out of the town or even abroad, the confines are the main thing you need to value. Before you go out there to feel the traveling vibe, you need to prepare anything for yourself and the soon-to-be-baby.

Happy Travel With Big Belly

The best time to travel when you are pregnant is the second trimester, 14 to 27 weeks of pregnancy. So before you decide the destination, it’s better to set your time to trip. There is also something you need to take a note on when you are traveling with a big belly. Here are the tips:

  1. The road trip is highly suggested. Yes, getting on a flight is way so much faster. But, if you’re going to travel to the other town, it’s better to take a road trip instead. Why? Because you will have easy access to take a frequent pit stop to stand up and stretch.


  1. Pick a strategic seat. If you end up on a train, you can book and request a seat strategically. Choose one with the easiest way out and near the toilet.


  1. Pack snacks supply. Frequently eat a small amount of them throughout the trip. Always remember to avoid eating spicy or fried foods on the day of your trip, it can cause you feeling nausea.


  1. Take it easy. Don’t let yourself bring too much or your belonging. Ask your partner or a flight attendant to help you to put your belonging in the car trunk or the cabin.

After all, do not push all your energy on the first day of the trip. Take a good amount of sleep and stay hydrated.

Travel Tips And Trick For Beginners

Travel Tips And Trick For Beginners

So you have been wanting to travel for so long but haven’t gotten the guts to hit the road? What are you waiting for? What are you afraid of? Traveling can leave you breathless and turn you into a storyteller, they said. If you are a beginner of this traveling thingy, don’t worry! I’m here to help you go from a noob to a snob. When you are new at this, you need to take note on some things you definitely will need.

Ready To Hit The Road!

Who doesn’t get ecstatic stepping our feet to the new world and breathing the fresh air in a place you have never been to? If you don’t then you are a big liar! Push yourself out there and throw away something that holds you back from traveling. This could be a start of something you. Here are travel tips for beginners:

  1. Be realistic. You can’t have fun all the time and that’s perfectly okay. You have to know that your body needs rest after a week full of experience and adrenaline.


  1. Pack wisely. You may want to bring this and that and put them into your suitcase, but it’s traveling not moving out your bedroom or apartment. Bring anything personal necessity: 4 pairs of clothes, medicine, cords, sanitary equipment, and instant foods.


  1. Manage your cash. Always keep your ATM card with you and make a withdrawal just as you need for meals and transportation. So when you’re robbed or losing your money, you are not game over yet.


  1. Be careful. Your destination place can be a lot of different from your own town. Stay awake and stay aware of your surroundings. Remember that you can’t trust everyone.

The hugest risk of travel is not robbers, pickpockets, jet lag, getting lost, but the addiction!