How to travel with your significant other

How to Travel With Your Significant Other (and Return With Your Relationship Intact)

  1. Miriam says:

    So sweet! Love the post

  2. Sara White says:

    One day my boyfriend will understand that when I say I need to stop and eat while I’m travelling, it’s not just because I want to nibble something, it’s because I can feel that I’m on the verge of sliding into that hungry-aggressive wasteland that’s guaranteed to have me moody and picking petty fights pretty quickly! So yes, the “pack snacks” tip is particularly relevant to me. Love this whole post!

  3. J says:

    This is so funny and relatable! I’ve been traveling with my mom forever, but traveling with my partner is a challenging adjustment. These tips are super helpful!

    • Ruth says:

      Thank you so much, J! Definitely an adjustment, but well worth it to have your best friend by your side, right? Thanks for stopping by, glad you liked the post!

  4. Celine says:

    Excellent tips – I can definitely relate to many of the scenarios in your post! My bf and I travel every year for our anniversary and I always take the initiative to plan every little aspect of everything. I love a jam-packed schedule to make sure I see and eat everything the destination has to offer, but my bf likes to take it chill without feeling the stress and pressure of traveling in a foreign country. You can say we almost always waste a lot of time fighting due to different expectations. I’m hoping that our upcoming trip to Japan will be more enjoyable by increasing the level of communication and planning for a more realistic itinerary.

    • Ruth says:

      Hi Celine, thanks for stopping by! We can totally relate to your situation because our personalities are so different too! I think it just takes a few tries to work out the kinks and figure out expectations. How fun that you guys are going to Japan next! It’s one of our favorite places we’ve been. Make sure to check out our posts about Japan! We’d LOVE to go back. What’s on your itinerary??

  5. Sim says:

    Thanks for the post. Some useful tips here. I am not married, but somehow, Tyler reminds me alot of myself, like basically everything. So, I can relate most of the points here and perhaps the future me (and wife). I promise to return to this post from time to time, and would definitely share this with the “unlucky” girl in the future. I’m sure this will be of timely help in our relationship. Cheers! ^^

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