It’s been around 4 years now since I passed my driving test. It really doesn’t feel that long ago! I didn’t have the easiest experience learning to drive with anxiety. Two instructors, 3 cars (not my fault, I promise), 3 tests and one slightly dented tree, but I finally passed my test in August of 2014.
Around 4 years ago now, I was knee deep in planning for the best holiday I have ever been on. Interrailing is a great way to travel around Europe on a budget, and it really kick-started my love of travelling.
That being said, planning a 2 week holiday with a lot of travelling can be quite stressful, especially when you are completely unfamiliar with the place you will be travelling to. So, I’ve put together my top tips for planning your interrail trip to hopefully make the whole experience a lot easier for you!
I believe being organised is one of the best skills you can have in the working world. When we are organised, we think clearly and can channel our attention onto the finer details of the task. I always believe it is better to be in a position where you are organised enough to be pro-active at work, rather than working re-actively in a stressful and cluttered environment.