Effective Travel Packing Tips

by Richard Miller
Richard Miller
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When you travel, you have to pack so many necessary things. As a result, your luggage becomes heavy to carry. At the same time, you may have to discard another important item from your packing list because of insufficient space in your luggage. Apart from these, you may not even know which iteams you should carry while traveling for safety and comfort. So, today I’ll share some travel packing tips that will save your space, time, and money.

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Make a packing list of all the necessary items.

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Roll all the clothes instead of folding them.

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Get a clear idea of your airline baggage fee policy.

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Select comfortable and travel-friendly outfits.

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Pack your outfit according to your dress plan. For example, keep the first outfit on the top.

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Make sure that you are avoiding packing.

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Pack all the necessary supplies in separate bags like medicine, cleaning items and electronic devices.

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Bring a reusable and durable water bottle.

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Try to pack the heavy item first so that they can be placed at the base.

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Make sure that you have a small-sized extra laundry bag in your backpack.

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Important medicines and other stuff like charger, hand sanitizer, earphone etc. in a small or hanging purse.

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Bring a cross-body side bag to carry all emergency staff.

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Leave extra space in your bag or suitcase before travelling. That space will help to bring purchases you will make during travel.

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Carry spork and a small knife for having a comfortable eating experience.

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Carry universal adapters to have travel flexibility.

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Carry soft scruff while travelling in a plane.

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Carry a mini cloth iron.

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Try to carry at least two types of shoes according to your preferences and weather.

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Make sure that you are carrying a soft and lightweight blanket.

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