Back in April I mentioned in a post that I don’t have a bucket list and really dislike the term and idea of it. However, in that same post I also wrote how I still have a mental list of places that I’d love to visit and explore some day.
When it comes to travel, the right experiences and interactions can change us in a variety of ways. It can be thoughts on a particular issue, being more open to things or even something as simple as incorporating new foods into our diets.
I came across an article from USA Today featuring 10 Best Bucket-List Cultural Trips.
When it comes to travel, we tend to pick many more international destinations than domestic ones around America. However, in recent years we’ve been trying to make it a point to see more of our amazing country.
In recent years we’ve spent time in Florida, Kentucky, Minnesota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin (and a few others that I’ve probably left out). During some of the trips we had the opportunity to visit some National Parks like Badlands, the Everglades, the Grand Canyon and Mammoth Cave. We’ve also visited other parks which are designated as National Monuments & Historis Sites. In the future, I’d love to get to more of these parks and sites
USA Today had an interesting article about How To Make Your Flight Attendant Like You a couple of days back.
When I first saw the title I laughed a bit. Is it our job to make the flight attendants like us? After all, we pay our hard-earned money (or miles) to fly!
In my opinion, I don’t think it is “our job” to make the flight attendants like us, but it definitely doesn’t hurt to be nice and make their jobs a bit easier and more pleasant. Flight attendants have a pretty tough job having to cater to a plane full of passengers from all walks of life.