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If you want to plan your gap year traveling the world make use of my “Gap Year 10 Questions Work Sheet” and answer the 10 questions you should ask yourself when you start planning your gap year.
But I also have a checklist of the 50+ things you need to do when you plan a gap year challed “Gap Year Prep Checklist”. As soon as you finish a planning task check it off your list. It will feel so good, trust me.
You don’t want to forget anything important when you start on your gap year of travel, am I right. So, have a look at my “Gap Year Packing List”, as soon as it becomes available.
Is Japan one of your gap year destinations? It should be. And while you are there you can follow my itineraries easily by downloading Google Maps and checklists for all destinations within Japan.
I also have one checklist for “Things to do in Taipei” and more will follow of every destination I visit. As an email subscriber you will never miss new free content.
The best way to travel in-depth is by staying with locals everywhere you go. If this is a new concept for you, get the “Couchsurfing Signup Checklist” to make your Couchsurfing profile pop.
Use my “Personal Stay Request Cheat Sheet” to write stay requests that no one can say no to, and if communication with your host ever gets hard use my “Visual Communication Support Sheet” to get your message across.
Also don’t forget to bring your “Manner Guide For Guests” on your stays so you will leave the best impression possible and get amazing reviews!