A vacation with your partner is intended to be relaxing and full of incredible moments. But a recent survey shows that 1 in 3 couples argue when they travel together . And the most common topics for discussion are:
1. The technology. Almost 40% of people feel that their partners spend too much time on their computers, mobiles and other technological devices.
2. The money. Almost half of couples traveling together discuss their use of money on the trip. Although it was not revealed what kind of arguments were made, there was one that was clear: the disagreement between too little spending against too big spending.
But knowing this is not enough. If you want your dream vacation not to become a nightmare, follow these 10 tips . The experience will be unforgettable:
It is an aphrodisiac on this topic so plan your trip as far in advance as possible. Not only will you get better prices and places, you will also have the illusion of waiting for something with interest.
2. Travel and chaos go hand in hand
Accepting that there will be problems with schedules, flights and other logistics will help you maintain a positive attitude. If you have to wait, what better than to do it with the love of your life to go to your dream destination.
3. If you have children or family
Make sure you spend at least some time with your partner. That’s what it’s about, isn’t it?
4. Don’t try to do everything
Many people come on vacation more tired than they left. Schedule rest times, if you get exhausted it can create a bad mood and … goodbye to romanticism.
5. Select a series of activities together
Make a planning of activities that you want to do together. You can also give him a list of activities that you have selected so that he can choose the ones that most appeal to him and thus reach an agreement together.
If you make the list by yourself, your partner may feel that you do not have it and the intention is also to take a trip as a couple, remember?
6. Make a budget on what you plan to spend
You know why I say it …
7. Don’t idealize
It is clear that you are going to disconnect, relax and have fun but perhaps it is not everything as you imagine every day. The best? Do not expect anything and let yourself be carried away by what your trip has in store for you.
8. Make a planning of personal wishes
If you want to do something alone or want to spend 10 minutes a day looking at your Facebook, it will be better for your partner to know it before. You will avoid many problems if he knows that from 8 to 9 you want your moment alone to do your yoga and your review on social networks, for example.
9. Live new experiences
If you are going to travel to do the same as at home – eat similar foods, go shopping, watch TV – you are not going to disconnect. Swimming with dolphins, signing up for hotel routes, climbing mountains, chatting all night, and calling room service to bring in more champagne sounds much better.
Doing things differently during the holidays will inspire you to do things differently when you return home.
10. Just enjoy
Leave your backpack of worries and stress at home. It is your moment. You deserve it. Enjoy it, partner.