Monday, 25 June 2018

The best Packing Tips and Tricks

Whether you are going on a quick business trip or a week getaway to the beach with the kids – packing is something you have to do and it’s never easy!

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Here are a few tricks and tips that will ensure that your packing is easy and stress-free…

Roll your clothing – Rolling your clothes instead of folding them is a great way to compress your clothing and make sure they stay wrinkle-free.

Gift bags – If you’re bringing presents with you, rather wrap them up in a nice gift bag than use wrapping paper that will get damaged and torn.

Use a straw – Pack your necklaces, bracelets, etc. using a straw, this is a tried and tested way to stop chains from tangling.

Charge your phone the sneaky way – Did you know that most TVs have USB ports at the back that will charge your phone?

Heavy items at the bottom – To make sure that your suitcase has a balanced distribution of weight, put all your heavy belongings at the bottom of your suitcase.

Hair dryer – To avoid packing the extra bulk, call the hotel, guesthouse or B&B ahead of time and ask if they have one available.

Pack shoes smartly – Protect your clothing from any dirt that may be on your shoes by packing them inside your shower cap and then place them inside your suitcase.

Use an incognito browser – Did you know that airlines jack up their prices based on your web history? Avoid high prices by using an incognito browser.

Wear a jacket with pockets – There’s no need to get all fancy at the airport, but wearing a jacket that is both stylish and practical can help when you need a place to put your ID, passport, wallet, cell phone, etc.

Don't ruin your trip before you even go anywhere - use these packing hacks to avoid any unnecessary stress!

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