Category: Packing And Other Tips

Packing List For Snow – Things You Need To Pack For A Perfect Winter Holiday

Packing List For Snow – Things You Need To Pack For A Perfect Winter Holiday

It might still be a bit early to be planning what to pack for a winter holiday, but since we’re about to see Christmas decorations and the like just after Halloween has been dealt with, it’s also not too soon for a packing list for snow.

Now we know not every winter holiday will be the same and you might not be going skiing, but we’ll list the essentials and things you’ll most definitely need.

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Packing List For A Beach Vacation – Everything You Need For A Perfect Beach Holiday

Packing List For A Beach Vacation – Everything You Need For A Perfect Beach Holiday

Although summer is over in the Northern Hemisphere, there’s still a lot of sunshine and beautiful weather to be had in other places all around the world. In my books it’s always a great time for a holiday by the sea, so here’s your packing list for a beach vacation.

I usually try and pack lightly for a beach holiday as I don’t really want to carry to many things around with me.

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How To Do Laundry While Traveling

How To Do Laundry While Traveling

I don’t know about you, but I don’t like carrying around endless amounts of clothing when I’m traveling. I’d rather keep it light.

But then of course, you will need to know how to do laundry while traveling because eventually you’ll run out of something clean to wear.

And unless you’re planning on just buying new things and discarding your dirty laundry (I’ve heard about people just taking old clothing on a holiday so they can discard it after wearing) then you’ll have to figure out how and where to get your dirty laundry cleaned.

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What To Write On A Luggage Tag

What To Write On A Luggage Tag

There has been some talk about what to write on a luggage tag and also what not to write on a luggage tag. In this short article we’ll discuss what information you should and shouldn’t include and why.

First of all, I am glad that you are thinking of using a luggage tag. You wouldn’t believe how many people think it’s unnecessary to use a luggage tag apart from the ones that the airline attaches to your luggage.

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What Is A TSA Lock?

What Is A TSA Lock?

Whenever you see posts about luggage or travel you might come across the term TSA lock. What is a TSA lock? We’ll explain in this short post.

What Does TSA Stand For?

TSA stands for Transportation Security Administration, which is an agency of the US Department of Homeland Security that is concerned with the security of anyone traveling in the United States.

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How To Prevent Lost Luggage – Follow These 9 Steps

How To Prevent Lost Luggage – Follow These 9 Steps

After a long flight you have finally arrived at your destination – but your luggage hasn’t. Here’s how to prevent lost luggage in some easy to follow steps.

Losing your luggage could be cause for a stressful start into a well-deserved vacation.

Just imagine standing at the baggage carousel, everyone has successfully grabbed and lifted their suitcase off the belt and now it’s empty, except that you’re still without your luggage.

Not something you’d like to imagine? Follow these tips to make it less likely for your luggage to go missing.

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What To Pack In Your Beach Bag This Summer – 6 Essentials For 2019

What To Pack In Your Beach Bag This Summer – 6 Essentials For 2019

If you’re in the Northern Hemisphere (lucky you!) summer is well on its way and holidays are just around the corner for many of you.

If you’re wondering what to pack in your beach bag this summer, look no further, as I have compiled a list of essentials that you shouldn’t miss out on this year.

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International Power Adapter – Which One Do I Need?

International Power Adapter – Which One Do I Need?

In this short guide we will tell you exactly which international power adapter you will need for each country you’re thinking of visiting. When you go overseas you will notice that plugs and outlets might look different to the ones at home.

For those reasons you will need an adapter. But not only might they look different, they might also use a different voltage.

In most countries the voltage used is 220/240V, with the exception of the US and Canada where it’s 110/120V. This is where a converter might be needed in addition to an adapter.

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