I’ve been thinking a lot about traveling light recently because I’ll soon be traveling with a baby and I’m pretty sure that traveling light + baby is pretty much impossible. I might not be able to pack light for the baby but I’ll definitely be able to pack light for me so the traveling light challenge is about to get extreme.
Based on my previous tips, this is travel hack tips for your belongings :
#6. Pack simple clothes and lots of accessories
If you look at my Travel Style board on Pinterest you’ll see that I’m a bit obsessed with jeans and white t-shirts. It’s such a simple, easy style and so easy to pull off while you’re traveling. I’m really tempted to pack a bag full of white t-shirts next time I go away.
Team your jeans with flip flops, Converse, winter boots or heels. Then team your …
I’m always harping on about how important it is to travel light. Traveling light gives you extra freedom and flexibility that you just don’t have with heavy luggage. You can move quickly through airports and train stations and it’s so much easier to take public transport with a small bag. You’ll save money by not having to check your bags in on a plane and you can keep your luggage close when you’re on trains and buses. You’re also less likely to lose things when you travel light because it’s easier to keep track of your belongings.
I could go on all day about the benefits of traveling light but I’ll leave it at that and start sharing my top tips for traveling light.
#1. Use a small, lightweight case
The oldest trick in the book and possibly the simplest way to pack light: Use a small suitcase or backpack …
For the past two years I’ve lived and worked in over a dozen countries, spending most of the year as a digital nomad living out of a backpack. It’s awesome. I talk to a lot of people back home that have never traveled, and have lots of questions about the basics. I compiled these into some tips to make that first international adventure go as smoothly as possible.
1) Start somewhere easy
Some places are easier to travel to than others. If this is your first time out of the country, it might be worth considering one of the easier destinations over, say 6 weeks on Bouvet Island or a quick jaunt up K2. But hey, if that’s what you want, go for it.
2) Get your phone sorted out
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