• Get an annual checkup before you leave (all family members).
• Get all required inoculations for your country (all family members) and for those you might be traveling to in the next six months (consider the same for all family members).
• Fill prescriptions for at least twelve months, if the medicine is shelf stable. Continue reading »
I took a few things that reminded me of my roots, such as an old stuffed animal and a baby blanket that my great-aunt made for me. You’d be surprised how, when the adventure stops being all about your future, you start realizing that you are letting go of pieces of your past. We girls need a couple of real, comfortable reminders around us of who we really are. —Pamela, The Teagarden Group Continue reading »
• Scale back and clean house—less is more.
› Bring only essentials—and that is less than you think.
› Put in storage only what you believe you need for your return (i.e., don’t be a pack rat). Continue reading »