Packing light is possible if you make sacrifices. There might be trade-offs when choosing ultralight luggage, but that extra weight saved is worth it if packing super light is the goal.
I accepted a position teaching in bush Alaska and found that information about moving there was scarce. To combat this, I’ve made a modern post on what upcoming teachers should expect to pack.
This is what I packed for a trip where I traveled from the tropics of Thailand to the Arctic Circle. It’s an all climate packing list that fits in a 40L backpack.
A trip 5.5 weeks long in less touristy destinations with varied activities… all in a 24L backpack! This ultralight packing list to North and West Africa needs a read.
It’s carry-on friendly, front-loading, and great for women with a small frame. Kate gives us the ins and outs in her Osprey Fairview 40L backpack review.
I broke my ankle during a roller derby practice. Despite this, I was determined to have a good time in Hawaii, even while traveling with an injury.
Sometimes that one item on your packing list can make a world of difference. Jemma tells us why her stylish travel poncho is so useful for female travelers.
Traveling on your period can be a pain. In her Thinx period panties review, Cait tells us why these absorbent undergarments are a must-have item for travel.
While searching for the perfect backpack, Julia found the Minaal 2.0. She loves that it’s small, organized, and carry-on friendly. Read more in her Minaal 2.0 carry-on backpack review.
Traveling to Cuba is a unique experience. Check out this female packing list for Cuba in March so you’ll know what to bring and how to prepare for your trip.
The BauBax travel jacket has 15 built-in features that can make traveling easier and help you go carry-on only. Here are 2 reviews from HPL readers.
Greenland is a remote Arctic destination that requires cold weather gear even in summer. Before you go, check out this female packing list for Greenland.