One way to keep the travel memories alive and well is to create your own art pieces for your home from souvenirs, maps, foreign currency and any leftover artefacts.
Author Archive | Caroline
If you don’t have a system for storing travel gear at home, it’s time to make one. Having everything neat, clean and tidy can help to prolong the life of your gear and just help you to pack faster and smarter every time you hit the road.
While travel sites (like Her Packing List!) can be helpful for specific knowledge, there are some great books that focus on other parts of your travel experience not listed in your guidebook.
I start planning trips usually six months in advance to fully be prepared and make the most of the escape. This pre-trip countdown outlines the most important tasks.
Each trip calls for a different type of bag; one will work best for your long-term backpacking trip, while another works best for your weekend escapes.
I’ve had shorter hair for almost four years and wouldn’t turn back, especially as my lifestyle becomes more travel-centric. Here are some of the items that I recommend for fellow short-haired travelers.
Modest and breathable clothing definitely make my list of Malaysia packing essentials given the climate and religious beliefs of the country.
Indulging in the occasional beauty treatment on your travels can help you feel like new. Just be sure to takes these tips for beauty treatments abroad into consideration.
Lolë’s Refresh pants are marketed for running and urban fitness, but I highly recommend them for travel. You’ll love these pants for volunteer travel, jungle trekking, overland trips and any sort of trip where you wash your clothes and need them to dry quickly.
If you’re a budget traveler like me, you never fly first or business class, where airlines provide passengers with amenity kits. But, you can create your own diy flight amenity kit catered to your needs.