Make Travel With Your Partner Less Stressful by Setting Expectations
A vacation with your significant other is supposed to bring you closer together, but an enjoyable trip can quickly deteriorate if you both want different things. One simple conversation before booking your trip will save you a lot of headaches.
As Anna Goldfarb of The Kitchn explains , serious friction can arise when one partner wants one on vacation and the other wants the other. That is why she recommends determining the purpose of the trip in advance. Going to see the sights? Are you relaxing on the beach? Or are you here to see the family and spend time with loved ones. It can also be a problem if none of you know what you want to do. Sit down, talk about what you want, and come to a consensus before starting planning. This will help you narrow your route and save you some trouble down the road.
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