Make any flight a heavenly flight

I’m just about to head off to the airport.

Some people don’t like flying, but I find flights a perfect chance to do nothing and relax, even in economy!   Over on my Location Free Lifestyle site I’ve written up my magic 4 tips to make any flight a heavenly flight.  If you do any flying at all it’s really worth a read!  If you have any cool tips yourself it would be great if you could add them over there.
See you back on Thursday,

Be genki,

Richard

P.S. New video on the breakfasts page!

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And when I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

3 Responses to “Make any flight a heavenly flight”

  1. Margit

    I used to enjoy flying, but with one, two and later three little ones it became work. There are more bad happenings and stories than good ones. Usually I forget negative impressions quickly, but on the airplane with kids is really scary.

    Though my kids are pretty good, do hardly make noise or run around like crazy. Still, most people on a plane just want to be left in peace and silence and sleep , understandable for the money everybody pays.

    Well, meanwhile my three are bigger and the next flight to Germany should be a bit more of a pleasure.
    For those with babies: Nursing is the best, I think! And you might be lucky to find somebody who is bored and wants to do a bit of “Baby Sitting” so that you can have a meal.

    And one magic tip for anybody who easily gets colds or sore throats on the plane:
    In Germany you get a medicine cold “Coldastop”. It’s basically oil and you put it into your nose. It keeps your nose wet, and the other effect: it keeps bacteria out.
    I used to get horrible sinusitis from the dry air. But using these drops
    really helped.
    Richard, have a good flight!

  2. Rosebud

    It certainly sounds like a great lifestyle. I wonder just how many women could manage a life like that, where would you pack all your shoes???

  3. Flossy

    What an interesting site! The noise reduction headphones are wonderful, even just for travelling in the car. I always have to use Ryan Air when I travel back to the UK. My top tip is to have priority boarding, it is really worth it!!!

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