Having a travel bucket list is common. It's fun to dream about far away (or close!) places to visit but when you finally decide to pull the trigger and take some time off it can difficult to choose exactly where to go.
If you're here then I'm assuming you're like me and your excitement over that next vacation is out of this world, but choosing that winning location is tough.
The best way to begin to figure out where you're going to go when your travel list is a mile long is to start breaking down the logistics. Have one week off? You may way to wait to on that multi-country visit to Europe or that road trip on Route 66 in America.
With my new printable I'm helping you breakdown the logistics of each location on so they're all laid out in front of you to begin to pick the winning location.
What exactly are the logistics? Things like the distance to your location and costs are important factors that you need to be lied out side-by-side, as well as other important and fun factors that you'll see when you download this worksheet. Seeing them all side by side will help provide clarity in the process of simply deciding 'where am I going to go on. my vacation?'
And if you like this printable then you can also access my other free travel resources - my 25 page travel planner that will help you plan your trip from the research all the way through a packing list and itineraries, and then I also have my list of 100 staycation ideas for when you need some time off but don't quite have the time or money to take a full vacation.