Whether it’s a two week trip to Mexico, a month sojourn to Europe or extended travel around the world, there are so
many little things to take care of at home.
Off the top of my head: mail, bills, house-sitting, pet-sitting, plant-watering, meeting rescheduling, phone forwarding, phone plans, text messaging plans, data plans, what to bring, what to put it in, a container for the little bottles that hold what you normally have in big bottles, how to fold clean clothes, where to put dirty clothes, and on and on.
Then there’s electronics: you have a laptop, tablet, smartphones, connectors, converters, adapters, battery packs, backup drives, USB sticks, headphones, earbuds, and so much more.
And where are you going? Where do you stay? How do you get there? How do you get from there to over there? When do the trains run? Are they running or are they on strike? Where do we eat? When is lunch-time? Where are the tourists going? What do they see? How do we avoid them but see the things that they want to see? See? It’s exhausting.
And guess what. You need to know a bit of language just to get by. Say hello and thank you. Learn how to order. Learn how to avoid calf liver on the menu. Ask for help. Ask to speak in English. Learn how to count. Learn how to hear how much something is.
Let us make your life a little easier. Download our easy-to-use printable language cheat sheets for whatever country you are going to. It’s that simple. You’ll have a handy reference for the languages you need, and you can log back in anytime as you travel to new places or need a replacement. For $17, you’ll get a Lifetime Membership
and the peace of mind that at least that thing
is taken care of.
And don’t worry. Take a deep breath. It will all work out and you’ll have the time of your life. Send us a photo, we’ll post it on the site!