When traveling to different time-zones, jet lag can feel pretty bad. Sure, there are pills you can take which claim to help, but there are healthier things you can do to prevent jet lag… or at least minimize it. This 9-panel cartoon gives ideas for what you can do before, during, and after travel.
The hardest part for me is staying awake on the airplane. It’s not to say the chairs are that comfy, but there is something about a plane that just makes me want to snooze. It looks like I’ll need to walk around more and bring some nuts along.
Source: 9 Tips for Overcoming Jet Lag | WonderHowTo