Tips for a successful flight!
Traveling is tiring no matter how well in advance you plan. Making sure you drink enough water will make you feel more awake and help prevent you from getting sick. If you know you have to get a big project done, pack yourself a meal and some snacks that you know will keep you to keep you going so you won’t have to rely on what the airport or airline has to offer.
Make Sure you can work without the Internet
Airplane Wi-Fi is notoriously spotty, so don’t be caught off guard if your internet cuts out mid-flight. When you’re going through your to-do list, make sure you download all the documents you need ahead of time and set aside work you can do without being connected, like writing emails to send once you land.
Keep your devices charged
It may seem like a simple task, but in your effort to get from A to B, it’s easy to forget that your laptop-with-everything-on-it needs some juice to stay alive. Remember to put your devices in airplane mode to save battery and travel with your device chargers. You might also want to bring your own power strip; if you’re lucky enough to find a free outlet in a busy airport, you could help a fellow traveler out, too.