Things to consider when you are planning a holiday with your partner
- Make sure the ground rules are set with money.
- Compromise on different interests.
- Both your organisation skills are important when planning your holiday.
- A holiday schedule is important.
- Don't drink, party or indulge excessively every night.
- Avoid unnecessary arguments which can spoil the mood.
Make sure the ground rules are set with money.
Finances can be a tricky area in a relationship and more so while on holiday. Be sure to discuss this with your partner before you head away and decide some ground rules with regards to money and budgeting. Put your money together and have a daily budget.
Compromise on different interests.
It doesn’t matter who plans the holiday but there should be no leader. You should make decisions together. Try to be a little bit adventurous and explore wonderful sights, smells and tastes of the world, it’s what travel is all about. Always plan together where you want to eat your foods and if everybody is happy about the meal then why not do it!
Both your organisation skills are important when planning your holiday.
Take a moment to consider each of your strengths and how to use them together, rather than arguing about who does what. One can take care of your booking flights and car rentals if he/she is better at organising. The other partner can have fun planning all your refuelling stops en route. If one of you is the better navigator, let them be in charge of the map while the other drives.
A holiday schedule is important.
Travel planning helps you prioritise and maximise your experiences. Depending on your destination, you may see a lot of attractions or just a few. Whatever there may be, prioritising what you want to experience will play an important role in how many of these experiences you can have during your vacation.
Don't drink, party or indulge excessively every night.
Going to the bar every night is easy and tempting, especially if you are at an all-inclusive venue. However, the ‘holiday hangover’ will catch up with you, if you are not careful with alcohol. It can make you feel tired or likely to snap at each other. Take a few days off from the bar. You will have the most fun in your holiday together if you feel fresh in the morning with a clear head.
Avoid unnecessary arguments which can spoil the mood.
- Understand that anger can be destructive.
- Talk about your feelings before you get angry.
- Don't raise your voice.
- Don't threaten your relationship.
- Don't bottle things up.
- Don't avoid your anger.
- Create a process for resolving problems before getting angry.
- Abuse is never allowed.
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