Certain things can go a long way in dealing with the unexpected. Here are some items to pack that solve problems on the road that don’t take up much space.
We love packing lists, and there are so many great ways to make your own packing list in preparation for your trip, like apps, Pinterest and good old paper.
Find items that you can share with a travel partner, from accessories to toiletries and more, to save space, avoid duplicates and travel with less stuff.
Sharing clothes with a travel partner is a great way to pack light and add variety to your wardrobe without having to bring more stuff.
We preach bringing as few beauty items as possible, because you’re beautiful without them, but these smarter beauty packing hacks help you have options when you travel without the extra bulk or potential mess.
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.
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.
We’re all looking for a way to re-live our worldly adventures, and for me that’s making scrapbooks. Here are a few tips for scrapbooking your travels.
When it comes to finding gear for your specific trip, you don’t need to necessarily splurge on some items. Thrifting for travel gear can save you money!
Anything that can help you travel without the threat of liquid spills and leaks is a bonus. This DIY solid conditioner recipe will have your hair conditioning needs met in bar form.
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.
The prospect of a special little space to call my own on all of those planes, trains and buses seemed like a non-negotiable. Behold, the sleep sack DIY for travel.