How to Make Business Travel Fun
The word ‘Travel’ fills us with great joys, with pictures of a new destination, unknown cultures, distinct food menu, and yes, no work. On the other hand, the word ‘Business Travel’ makes us uneasy and evokes the images of catching odd hour flights, staying in boring hotels, remaining glued into your laptops and feeling homesick as this is no fun trip. Many people feel reluctant towards business holidays. But not many get to avoid them due to work commitments.
Being someone who regularly travels for work at least a week per month, I have contrived some of the best ways to make your business holiday worth cherishing. A little positive approach towards the idea of travelling for work can change your ‘have to’ to ‘want to’ for a business holiday. Read on to know how…
Pack Light to Stay Hassle free
Well, this is true that business travel is no leisure trip that will leave your phone’s memory flooding with endless pictures ready to be uploaded on Instagram. You are there for a purpose, and that purpose is surely not flaunting every attire you have. So pack minimal. Travelling light also saves you from the hassle of bag check. If you are carrying a lighter luggage then there is a high possibility of you checking out nearby places to visit (if time allows you) without tumbling with your heavy bags.
Give a Day to Yourself
Companies who often send out their employees on business trips have become fairly considerate for their enjoyment. If asked for, you may get an extra day for your own self. The best idea is to fly down on weekends or plan an extended stay so that you may get ample time to unwind before cracking your business deals.
Not a Foodie? Be One!
Ordered a Pizza in your hotel room after an extended meeting? Poor you! Being at a new place and ordering the same old Pizza is a crime according to me. Save some time to go out and savour local delicacies, also don’t stay in boring hotels, try looking for the Blue Mountain hotels before heading out to your trip and make sure to enjoy every single second while you are there. Go to local breweries and spend some ‘Me’ time. It is perhaps the best way to enjoy the local cultures, mingle around with unknown people, and understand some new facades about the place.
Go Out For a Jog
I understand your meeting schedule is too packed to go out for a lunch or dinner treat. No problem, go out for an early morning run. Get all information on the best running routes from your hotel concierge, put your sports shoes on, and hit the road.
Being passionate for travelling is the key to enjoy any holiday, whether it is for work or leisure. Hopefully these tips will help you in making your next business trip worth cherishing.
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