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Avoiding Airport Stress

Traveling can be exciting and fun, but it can also be stressful, especially when it comes to navigating busy crowded airports. If you're someone who gets anxious or stressed out while traveling, here are three ways to combat those feelings and make your airport experience more enjoyable.

Create an airport anthem:

Music has the power to uplift our mood and help us feel better. So, one of the best ways to combat stress and anxiety at the airport is to create an airport anthem. Choose a song that makes you feel happy, relaxed, or energized, and listen to it on your headphones while you navigate the airport. You can also use this song as a reminder of your travels and the good times you will have at your destination.

Set an intention for your trip:

If you’re feeling a little anxious or stressed at the airport, we get it. Find somewhere to sit and gather yourself. Come up with a word and mantra for the trip. Setting an intention is a powerful way to reset your mood. It could be anything from exploring new cultures, meeting new people, or simply having a relaxing vacation. This will help you stay positive and motivated throughout your travels.

Play the guessing game:

Airport terminals are a melting pot of people from all over the world, and each person has a unique story to tell. Take a break from your own worries and anxieties by playing the game of guessing where people are going. Look around and observe the people around you and try to guess their destination based on their clothing, luggage, or any other clues you can find. This game can help you shift your focus from your own stresses and anxieties to something more fun and lighthearted.

Traveling can be fun, rewarding, and also stressful, but it doesn't have to be. By creating an airport anthem, setting an intention, and playing the guessing game, you can turn your airport experience into an adventure and arrive at your destination feeling refreshed and ready for whatever comes your way.

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