Sometimes it’s worth it to pack less and buy it there. Many things can be purchased on the road, and you’ll save space in your bag and avoid baggage fees.
I kept my 40L backpack light, changed up my wardrobe often and never spent more than I’d originally planned doing it.
Are you an unorganized traveler who wants to pack carry-on only? Here’s hoq I travel with just carry-on luggage while not always following all the packing rules.
This week’s episode of The HPL Podcast is about Gena’s experience packing one bag under 10 pounds for her trip to Costa Rica – plus her regrets and tips after doing so.
With prices for baggage becoming more expensive and airlines limiting size even further, now is a good time to start traveling with only a carry on.
Winter is coming, so you better pack your bags well. When you want to pack light for cold weather travel, it’s all about the layers.
I don’t know about you but carry on only and Antarctica usually don’t fall in the same sentence. Ali was able to push the limits on her trip, and we chat with her in this podcast about how.
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.
If you’re planning a year-long trip, the most overwhelming part of planning can be deciding what (and how) to pack. How to pack for a year of travel comes down to understanding these simple tips.
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.
If you haven’t guessed it yet, we hate heavy luggage here at Her Packing List, and we know hate is a very strong word. Packing light benefits are countless, but we’ve supplied 20 to get you inspired.
I’m going to the UK this summer for 5 weeks and I am thinking about buying a 33L backpack. Am I going overboard in thinking I can do 33L?