I couldn’t have packed less appropriately for my trip to India. For some reason, I hadn’t thought about what I would wear. Avoid my India packing mistakes.
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Before I left home to teach English for a year in Thailand, I did my research. I felt so prepared as I made my initial packing list, edited it many times, and checked off what was going in my bags.
The last thing you want to hear at check-in is you’re overweight and need to pay a fee. If you’re guilty of the dreaded repack at check-in, you may want to read this post.
Nobody should have to change their style when they travel, but it’s all about adapting in order to create a wardrobe that’s both functional and fun. And as all travelers know, the ability to adapt is crucial.
Some of our best posts often cover the what not to do aspect. Jonelle’s camping hiking packing disasters should do the trick for those heading out for camping or hiking adventure.
We spend a lot of time here at Her Packing List telling you what you should pack. Now, we’re giving you a list of items you never need to pack — probably.
We all make mistakes while we’re traveling. Things get lost and left behind, we might visit a place without doing enough research and realize it’s not the place for us. We might not be aware of local customs or we might not know enough of the language to get by. Yes, there are an infinite […]
Between the items I bought for myself for my trip and the ones that were given to me, there are a few that never made it into my suitcase or carry-on bag. Which ones? Read on…
Packing for a trip is a daunting task, and traveling gals often put more items in their suitcase or carry-on than they really need. To avoid excess weight and agony over what to bring, here are some suggestions for stuff that might be better off left at home.
Every time I pack for a trip, I challenge myself to pack as much as possible in a carry-on size suitcase. It’s become a fun game, and I get better with every trip I take.