Book that holiday.
As much as we enjoy travelling, we could really do without the sleepless nights that always inevitably follow a long haul
For my most recent trip I vowed to avoid this push/pull entirely. This timezone hop would be different, I vowed, then set out to stack the deck a bit. I've tried all the basics and even some of the not-so-basics, but then I stumbled on Human Charger and its claims of massively curbing jet lag...
Traveling is like childbirth, after a while you forget the pain and want to do it all over again. In the last twelve months I've circumnavigated the globe twice - zigzagging my way from LA to Sydney, Miami and LA then onto Cannes, Paris, London and Dubai.
Nothing quite trumps the horrendous holiday aftermath that is jet lag. You feel cranky, confused and, given half the chance
If you've ever been on long haul flight you'll know jet lag can just make you feel tired, but did you know it might also
My daughter Amelia and I are very close and she was the dearest child from nought to thirteen. When she hit her teens I sometimes wondered if an alien had infiltrated the body of my sweet cuddly girl. Tantrums became part of our life.
There's no escaping jet lag. Depending on where you're going, it either messes up your holiday (by making you a zombie on