A luggage scale is a small and inexpensive piece of travel gear that can easily save you hundreds of dollars in baggage fees. Don’t be surprised at the check-in counter. Come prepared!
You can organize your luggage belongings once and for all when you use packing cubes. Pack happy, organized, and with less drama with the help of packing cubes.
We love packing cubes for keeping clothes organized on the road. We’ve broken down 4 models from the best brands in this packing cube comparison post.
When I was purchasing it, the sales clerk got me a little paranoid attempting to push me to buy a carrier to put the backpack in for when I check it at the airport. He said that airlines will refuse the bag and it is guaranteed to get destroyed on the conveyor belts.
Here’s something a little bit different for your weekend – diy luggage tag tutorials! We have fabric, decoupage and laminate, so I’m sure there is an option for everyone.
Day 11 of our 30 Days project shows the benefits of compartmentalizing and organizing into packing cubes, compression sacks and bags.
Hikers, backpackers, scuba divers and travelers of all styles can benefit from compression sacks. I’ll explain what makes compression sacks a must-have travel item and show you how to use them in a video!
Have you ever stood at the baggage claim carousel on your tip toes, squinting your eyes to see if the bag on the opposite side might be yours? Perhaps that was just me once upon a time.
Piles of cords and chargers bringing you down? Are you tired of fishing endlessly to come out of your luggage with the wrong cord, again and again. Luckily, there is help, and Kristin Luna shares her secret!
A little bit of information on all the different types of bag locks a traveler can use to protect their stuff while on the road. So many different types… which one will work best for you?