Yeah, yeah, we’re crazy behind. Here’s where we catch up a little:
Comic Con 2015 Tip #13: Quit Caffeine, like now.
Finding a great supply of caffeine in any form be it coffee, energy drink, Mountain Dew or whatever can be challenging at San Diego Comic-Con. Your life would be easiest if you can quite between now and then. As I’m writing this, there are 5 days until San Diego Comic Con 2015. It typically takes me 3.5ish days to get through caffeine withdrawal headaches. So you still have time.
Worried about fatigue? Yeah. Me too. So, I’m might not take my own advice on this one, because I don’t know that it’s realistic. Here’s my alternate plan since those Starbucks lines can be longer than then Ballroom 20 line (but not really, that line is long!).
I throw a bunch of these in my backpack along with a water bottle and I’m usually good to go. If I start dragging, I fill up my bottle and chug one of these and I’m usually good. Crystal Light in particular has 60mg of caffeine per packet. But watch out for generic brands, they can have as much as 160mg per packet… so you’ll want to check and make sure you’re not upping your regular dose by too much.
Comic Con 2015 Tip #12: Pack “healthy” snacks.
Here are some of my favorites:
Comic Con 2015 Tip #11: Know how you’ll sleep on the cement.
Maybe you won’t with the new wristband system, but if you’re going to, here is the best scenario I’ve come up with. That is rather comfortable. This inflatable sleeping pad is really comfortable and warm. It is also quite expensive, but I really like mine: