While it took me entirely too long to learn my lesson, I’m glad to have developed the right system for me when it comes to packing, unpacking and repacking on the road.
Author Archive | Caroline
Caroline tested out some new gear on her trip to Puerto Rico. Her Litegear City Tote review will shine some light on this packable daypack.
Some of us are blessed with thick hair, others with thin hair, some curly and some straight, but mine happens to be oily. Here are a few packing essentials if you, like me, have oily hair.
This Puerto Rico packing list should suit your trip year-round given its mild climate. I recommend packing as lightly as possible, as you may want to catch smaller flights between islands.
Considerations for buying travel gear. Think about what you really need, and what will be worthwhile given the cost and amount of use.
Travel days begin to wear on you at some point and all you want is the familiarity of home. So how do you overcome homesickness abroad? Caroline tells us her top 5 helpful tips.
The one odd little thing I always carry with me is a plastic “spork”, a multipurpose utensil that is part spoon, part fork, and has a serrated edge so it can used as knife.
Drinking tap water or having ice in beverages is not always a good idea when you travel. Caroline lists a few clean water hacks for Southeast Asia in this post.
When put to the test on the road, not all gear passes. These are some of the travel gear fails we’ve experienced. Share yours in the comments.
When packing for my three month trip to Australia and Asia, my Crocs were one thing I knew I would pack. Let me give you a couple reasons why they are fantastic.