Travel checklists

March 17th, 2010 by Admin

When you travel you are away from most of your resources.    Once you leave home, if you don’t have what you need, your travel will not go well.

That’s why you really need some checklists for traveling,

Here’s a list that we’ll add to over time.  It’s divided up into categories.

Some of these items should be in checked baggage, other things kept with you in a carry on or personal bag.

Utility
batteries
compass
flashlight
headlamp
luggage scale
mem chips
plug/converter
small knife
spork, plastic utensil
watch
zip lock bag/trash bag
Health/personal
bandaids,
comb / brush
dirty clothes bag
earplugs
extra outfit, socks, underwear
handkerchief / napkin
pain meds.
shawl
stretch band
sunglasses / glasses
toothbrush
Documents / money
money belt
passport carrier
plastic page protector
coin container
photo ID / passport
communications
tickets / reservations
contact info
phone
pens / paper
headset
small camera
maps
entertainment
magazine / book
head set
kindle / DVD

Watch video about what to take when you travel

 


 

Checklist – business

June 11th, 2009 by Admin

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Flying toward the sun

Flying toward the sun

“A short pencil is better than a long memory”

Ask anyone who is successful in business and they will tell you;  one way or another, you need a PHYSICAL list, of what needs to get done and in what order if you want to make certain something gets done.      In aviation,  that’s a checklist.    Hospital workers use them and so do scuba divers.   Wherever safety is involved, people use checklists.

Certain things must always be on a primary list for any business.

planning and review

file paperwork / tidy office

accounting

marketing research

business promotion

expand contactts

build / maintain partner / employee  / supplier relationships

forecasting and testing

evaluation.

Or, from a pilot’s perspective

flight plan filed

clearance and takeoff

heading and course correction, winds

communication

weather and terrain awareness

alternate airports and routes

position check, arrival time estimate

destination, landing.