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How to Make Your Work Trip to Texas More Memorable

How to Make Your Work Trip to Texas More Memorable

Work trips sound like a great idea. You get a chance to go to places you’ve never visited before, so you try to plan to make the most of the trip.

But unfortunately, life gets in the way, and you’re so consumed with the ‘work’ part of the trip that it depletes you of all the energy for traveling.

If you don’t want your work trip to Texas to go to waste, here are a few things you can do.

Figure Out Your Work Schedule, Free Schedule, and Fun City Events Ahead Of Time

While work trips may seem like they don’t have a fixed schedule, all your meetings happen at a specific time, and that’s more than enough for you to work with.

Make a routine for yourself before the trip where you minus all the time that goes away in meetings and other work-related stuff. Then check if any of your free time is coinciding with any fun events happening in the area, and head out to paint the town red!

Create a List of Must-Dos

Creating a list can help you keep track of everything that you will miss out on if you let your work consume you—and that will motivate you to find the time to enjoy the new city.

Once you’ve charted out your free time, you should make a list of all the fun things you want to do in the city and all the places and major attractions you want to see. Don’t be afraid to act a little touristy as you try to go to as many places as possible in a single trip.

Stay an Extra Weekend

This is one of the best ways to make sure you have fun on your work trip. After you’re done with all the work, see if you can push your flight until after the weekend.

This way, you will have two days to go to all the places you wanted to go to, see all the major attractions, and eat at the best places without the anxiety of the work holding you back.

a woman having fun on a trip

While you use these tips to figure out how to make this work trip worth your while, you don’t need the added stress of thinking about where you’re going to leave your luggage.

This is where Cubby comes in!

If you’re in Texas for a while and don’t want to carry your luggage around as you go around the city, our premier luggage storage in Dallas and San Antonio airports gives you a safe and reliable option to leave your luggage.

We also offer services in Atlanta, Boston, Houston, Austin, Galveston, Fort Worth, and Las Vegas. Find out more about us here.