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How to Resume Your Normal Routine when Returning from a Trip
Give yourself time.If at all possible, give yourself a day or two at home to catch up before returning to work or school. If it's not possible, even an evening or afternoon of good rest will help.
Cope with jet lag.If your travel took you out of your timezone, especially by a difference of more than a few hours, start changing your schedule gradually even before you leave. You can use a similar approach to lessen the shock of the first early morning if you prefer to sleep later on your days off.
Get enough sleep.Don't neglect to sleep just because you were traveling. Sleep on the airplane, bus, or train if you can. If you drive to and from your destination, trade off with another driver, and schedule adequate rest stops.
Unpack straight into the washing machine or hamper.
- Don't unpack your toiletries kit. Instead, refresh anything you consume (toothpaste, razor blades, shampoo), and put the whole toiletries kit away for easier packing next time.
- Stop at a laundromat. If your trip left you with an entire family's worth of dirty laundry to do all at once, consider using a laundromat and doing many loads at the same time. You can also use a laundromat to wash larger items (such as sleeping bags) and you can even stop on the way home to avoid bringing very dirty items back into your home at all.
Clean out your purse or wallet.Toss transit schedules, receipts, boarding passes, and any other items you will no longer need now that you're home.
- If you need to submit receipts for reimbursement, if you need proof of your trip for citizenship, visa or immigration purposes, or if you can deduct your trip expenses from your taxes, collect and scan the relevant documents. Don't wait too long to submit expense reports.
Put your passport away, so you can find it easily the next time you travel.
Replace any items you may have removed from your purse, wallet, or pockets during travel.Did you leave behind a pocket knife, or local membership cards? Take a moment now to replace these items.
Unpack your suitcase completely, clean it if you need to, and put it away.If you have travel-specific items, such as a backpacking towel, clean those too, and store them in or near the suitcase, so they'll be at hand next time.
Plan an easy day for your first day back at work or school.Your sleep schedule may have shifted from its usual (whether from jet lag or sleeping late) and you have probably had things stack up while you were away. Don't try to take on a huge backlog and have no momentum. Instead, do basic tasks according to what you feel you can usefully accomplish and work up to your usual pace on subsequent days.
- If you have the option, come back to a shorter than usual week, starting on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Pace yourself on unpacking and getting back into your normal routine at home.You need not unpack and catch up on all your missed correspondence on your first day back. Instead, tackle anything that can't wait (such as unpacking wet clothes and paying bills that arrived in your absence) and work through the remainder gradually, as your time and energy permit.
Resume anything that you turned off when you left.If you asked to have your newspaper or mail held, you may need to contact the relevant organizations to restart them.
- Notify family, neighbors, and anyone who helped take care of your home or work while you were away that you are home safely.
- If you had pets in the kennel or staying with others, welcome them home.
- Recharge your mobile device(s) and reset any settings you changed for traveling.
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- Be sure your home is secure while you are away.
- Even if it can't be immediate, make sure you get some rest soon after you return. Go to bed early, take full advantage of the next weekends, and leave stuff in the suitcase for a few days if you need to.
- As much as practical, try to leave your home and work in good shape before you go. Catch up on things if you can. Ask somebody you trust to take care of your home and your work while you are away. Before you go, be proactive about taking care of anything that could cause problems in your absence. Don't leave perishable food if you'll be gone longer than it will last. Leave dishes, laundry, and rooms clean.
- The best time to review your packing list is soon after you return from a trip. Did you use everything you carried? Did you miss anything? How might you improve your packing and travel next time?
- Don't feel you have to read every word of newspapers, magazines, or email. Go through and read headlines and subjects, and attend only to important things. Scan what you wish of the rest, and discard or archive anything else.
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Date: 02.12.2018, 10:09 / Views: 35365