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Packing Wisely – What Not To Take

Posted by: 2013-09-25

With more baggage fees and increasingly long security check method of taxation most experienced travelers, it is time that we facilitate all our burden.

3-1-1 is the new golden rule of travel. It has been accepted internationally and continues around the globe follow. Clear and concise, it is said that a passenger can carry on 3 oz containers with liquids or gels in a 1 quart size, clear plastic zip-lock bag, and only 1 zip lock bag per person. To clarify, if you used a half, have 6 oz tube of toothpaste, it will be confiscated. The control is based on the remaining size of the container, not the sensed quantity of the product in the container.

When it comes to colognes and perfumes, I'll spray before my blouses and shirts at the time of packaging. So I can not have to be concerned with a broken bottle or container size.

There are now a whole host of travel-friendly fabrics on the market to choose from. Search for tags that "wrinkle free", "travelers twill", "no iron" and "micro." These materials generally perform much like the labels tout state. Because they are designed for the rigors of packing, they also hold shape and keep you looking dapper on your journey.

Choose a basic color scheme and let your shoes rule. Due to the shear bulk, that consume shoes, just grab a pair. Take advantage of the space inside the shoe to chargers, cables, socks, or anything else that can fit in this small space to pack.

For colors, black, brown, gray, and all work well. Be sure that all the parts work together in your pocket you can be more flexibility and variety in your wardrobe. For added style and versatility, pack a few accessories. Ties, hats, scarves, jewelry or a bold set can really change the look of an outfit and add a splash of color as well.

Gone are the days of packing and driving over all the cabinets "just in case". If your trip suddenly changes course or you encounter something that you just "can not live." Pack a folded zipper style bag and a check on the way home. By reducing the mass and unnecessary items in the bag, you will gain more mobility, flexibility, travel, and you may never again need to cross your fingers and hope that your luggage will not be lost!