Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Ground to Cover in 2010

Looking back at 2009, I started adding up the miles I traveled, both for business and pleasure. I visited three states – two for the first time – to attend some great conferences and, of course, there was my trip to Europe in the fall which spanned four countries. It was the most traveling I’ve ever done in one year, and I’m ready to top myself this year!

For the past few months now, my friends and I have been throwing out ideas for trips to take this year. We’ve thought of: a road trip across America, a quick trip to Las Vegas or L.A., a journey down under to Australia (and possibly New Zealand), a trip to Egypt, going back to Europe, Panama, D.R., P.R., Miami… Basically, if it’s out of the Northeast or Mid-Atlantic, we’ve laid out an itinerary for it. The possibilities are endless, but the reality will obviously need to be scaled down.

Some of my friends are still mostly thinking “hmm, let’s put this on the backburner” but I’m ready to get some dates down, request time off, and book it.

Now that the first quarter of 2010 is coming closer to an end, I’m going to need a new resolution for the next three months. I was considering a few different things, but I’ve decided to focus on scheduling my trips for the year. I’ve got a lot of ground I want to cover and a lot of people I want to share it with – now I just need to make it happen.

Are you traveling anywhere this year? What are some trips you’d like to plan for the next few months?

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