The following is an article on “Packing Tips”
by Marc Pulisci.
Packing is perhaps the most critical skill required for great traveling. Forget an essential item and your trip may suffer. Pack too much, and you end up a backache. Here are some basic to avoid a bad trip.
Make a List
Start packing as soon as you possibly can. This gives you time to visualize how the trip will go and what you need. Make a list of everything you believe is necessary and when you are satisfied with it erase half. The more you travel, the more precise your list will become and the faster the packing process will be.
The 3-1-1 Rule
According to the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) 3-1-1 rule for carry-on luggage, all liquids brought onto planes must be in 3.4-ounce bottles or smaller and inside a single, clear, quart-size zip-top bag.
Not abiding by these rules is a waste of your time. You will be held up, taken aside, and the belongings breaking the rules, will be confiscated. Do yourself a favor and carefully review what you bring aboard with you.
Roll Anything That Can be Rolled.
Any seasoned traveler will agree that rolling is better than any folding. Takes up less space and generally helps layout of things.
Pants that turn into shorts may be ridiculous back home but no so much while abroad. Sometimes the weather does not agree with your assumptions for the day it is a great way to stay comfortable always.
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