Don’t Let Bad Planning Derail Your Vacation – Part 1

Welcome to Part 1 of our three part series that covers managing your trips and travel with the LifeTopix app. LifeTopix is one of the most complete apps available for planning your travel; for documenting your travel; and for making a smooth transition back to your daily life when your travels are complete.

In this series, we’re following Polly on her birding trip on the coast of Northern California. Polly is in search of the rarest birds in California so she wants to make sure all the important details are captured — and kept with her at all times. Enjoy the following slideshow to get an understanding of how LifeTopix can help Polly so she can spend time enjoying the birds, instead of fumbling through her backpack.

LifeTopix Travel from LightArrow

LifeTopix Travel Planning Quick Summary and Ideas

With LifeTopix, the possibilities for recording your travel arrangements are endless. I’ve included a list below to spark some ideas for when you’re planning your next trip.

  • Trip checklist
  • Trip to-do lists
  • Packing lists
  • Shopping lists
  • Places to visit
  • Bookmarks to brochures, field guides, directions, restaurants, parks, tourist attractions, transportation, or hotels
  • Password management for airline sites
  • “My Apps” for quick access to Yelp, Trip Advisor, or other apps
  • Photos of places you wish to see
  • Audio notes
  • Agenda sharing
  • Planning notes
We honestly hope this helps you plan your next vacation or excursion — in context with everything else you do in your busy life. We welcome your questions and comments!
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