As a result, before I went to college I always found myself being dragged along on these trips. Now, don’t get me wrong – I’m not ungrateful for the opportunities I’ve had to travel, but early morning sports games, sitting in the hot sun, or having to just go along with whatever your sibling/family member wants to do can be draining.
However, even if you do find yourself tagging along on a trip, there are ways to make the most of your little adventure. After all, you are traveling – because of dance & soccer, I’ve been able to visit Boston multiple times, see the Hollywood sign, eat ice cream under the LINQ in Las Vegas, and even visit Arizona, where I’m currently blogging from today!
Here are a few ways to survive “tag-a-long” travel and still make the most of a trip, even if it isn’t meant to be a vacation:
1. Come with a game plan
|s/o to my dad for capturing this cool candid at The Last Bookstore|
|This non-candid was snapped at the Alfred Tea Room, simply because I loved the little saying on the wall|
|My positively delicious tacos from Habanero’s – I want to go back ASAP!|
2. Prioritize, prioritize, prioritize!
|My sister and I at Venice Beach|
3. Remember that it’s not about you.
|My sister & I today at her tournament – so glad I came to support her!|
Have you ever had to tag-a-long on a trip? How did you handle it?