How to get into holiday mode
Holiday mode is a special state to be in. From the final few days before you go away, right until you set off to come back home, it's a chilled out, laid back, carefree way to be, and we love it.
That's why we want to help you get into it. It's easy when you know how.
Set up a slightly smug out of office message
This bit is key. Your colleagues need to know that not only can you not do any work right now, you also won't be doing any for a while. You're off enjoying yourself somewhere far nicer than where they are. Don't rub their faces in it too much though, karma is cruel.
Get your spending money sorted
Leaving your Travel Money until you get to the airport? Queuing at the post office? No no no, there's a much better way. You can order your currency with us in a matter of minutes. No queues, no delay, no problem.
Remind all your friends
Just in case they've forgotten. They really do need to know about your holiday, and you should constantly reinforce the message when you get back with endless social media updates saying things like 'Miss this already' and '#takemeback'.
Both in liquid form and in the form of our ever so simple travel insurance. Better safe than sorry. It only takes a few clicks to arrange and it can cover you for UK, European and Worldwide travel. It also means, if your airport or port gets closed, you won't be left out of pocket. Factor 100 right there, all with 15% off when you order online.
Write a packing checklist
You're going to need sunglasses, your passport, your debit card (that you can use anywhere you like, just so you know) and some spare camera batteries for starters. Your debit card works anywhere you see the Visa logo, and can also be used to get cash from millions of cash machines all over the world. Don't be left short on souvenirs.
Now sit back and soak up all that holiday mode has to offer. Enjoy yourself.