Make Some Magic when you travel in the Bedroom Now: Micromanage Your Personal Space.

Library in a Box: If it feels like you’re dancing to Saturday Night Fever each time you have to walk around your hotel room, being careful not to trip on the myriad copies of books strewn all over then you might need to try this. Install overhead shelves across the length of your bedroom walls. This frees up much needed space and lets you access your books only when you absolutely have to. ‘I’d like to borrow Animal Farm, please.’

Slide Out of Bed on Saturday Mornings: Err, not you, but have you considered having a bed frame with drawers in your resort suite? This is really quite a saver if you need to store away the laptop, phone or some other item that might quickly contribute to cluttering up your personal field. It should be easier to fetch your files from beneath to review while in bed on the weekend.

Perch on Your Stash: You might consider acquiring a storage stool to stash your stuff in while sitting. This is a nice and functional way to make the hotel room look sparse when in actual fact it is loaded with all of your life’s belongings. Sort of.

Laze About Under the Sun-like Light of Your Bulb: In your Hammock-Bed, that is. You can make space by relying on a dual-purpose hammock-bed that’s designed to be a little larger than your regular hammock. This piece of furniture is large enough to support a number of pillows. The only thing left is a nice Coconut flavoured drink.

Vertical Integration: This is a business school term that refers to a company’s own dedicated back-end supply chain, but who says you cannot apply a little business thinking to your hotel room? And this is where bunk beds come into stay. This is massive space saver and even if you don’t have a room-mate you can apply this by sleeping on the upper bed while storing stuff on the lower bed. Or vice-versa.

Keep the Trash Invisible: A tilting cabinet can do wonders for your space and leave visitors to your room wondering where your trash goes. It goes right into the trash bin encased within the tilting cabinet. Now you see it, now you don’t.

Think You’re Cut Out for Traveling to foreign places? Take This Quiz

Do you think that you’re cut out for traveling to foreign countries? You are thinking about traveling for a long time, but you are afraid to do this because you aren’t sure if this is the right thing to do. This happens all the time to many people all over the world. If you are answering these questions, you will know if this is something that you can do or not. But, remember to be honest with yourself.

Do you have the budget for travel?

The first thing that you should answer is if you have enough money for traveling to foreign places. This is expensive to travel abroad, and you need to make sure that you have enough money to travel without any worries about running out of money. This might mean that you should save for a couple more months before you can start your planning to visit foreign countries.

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Are you able to talk to any type of person?

You need to be able to talk to any type of person if you want to travel to foreign places.  If you are the type of person that doesn’t like to talk to strangers and you don’t like to mingle with people you don’t know, then traveling to foreign countries are going to be hard.

You need to be that type of person that doesn’t mind talking to anyone, even if you don’t know the person.

Are you willing to travel alone for a month or two?

Traveling alone can be fun, however just if you like your own company. There are many people that will never survive being by themselves without having a friend with them. If you like your own company and you don’t mind being by yourself for a month or so, then traveling to foreign places is just the thing for you.

Do you have any responsibilities at home that you can’t leave for a month or two?

Because traveling abroad can take a month or so, you might want to make sure that you don’t have any responsibilities at home. Like having children, pets or work circumstances that means that you can’t just pack and leave for months on end.  This isn’t a great idea to travel to foreign countries alone if you know for sure that you have responsibilities at home that you can’t get out off.

Are you wondering if you are cut out for a foreign trip? This can be a hard decision, especially if this is the first time that you are considering traveling abroad. However, you need to make sure that you answer these questions honestly to know if this is something that you can do or if you should rather consider a normal vacation in your home country.