Here are our 10 tips on how to pack better for your travels. Whether you’re off on a weekend trip or heading out for a year of perpetual travel, these tips will keep your pack organized and efficient. Sponsored by Only What Matters: https://packha.kr/rnjt – an online community for aspiring minimalists.
0:00 – Intro
0:58 – Lay Everything Out
3:19 – Compartmentalize
4:32 – Multifunctional Items
6:15 – Merino Wool
7:55 – Keep Everything Fresh
9:07 – Get Some Solid Soap
10:31 – Bring A Compact Bag
12:02 – Plan Your Flight
13:12 – Strategize To Save Money
14:54 – Practice Your Trip
Packing for a trip can be challenging. Packing for long-term, extended travel can be a nightmare.
And while minimalists tend to assume this stuff will be a breeze—”I only have 3 shirts anyway”—it doesn’t always work out that way. Turns out you kind of need things like toiletry containers, outlet adapters, and other random things in order to keep living your life semi-normally.
Luckily, we’re experts in this kind of stuff. Watch the full video to discover ten tips from the Pack Hacker team that will help you keep things minimal and pack better for your next trip.
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