10 Tips On HOW & WHAT to Pack
Updated: Aug 21, 2019
When I was planning the year of 2019, July was the only vacant month that has no activity, travels or church activities scheduled. It was, plainly speaking, a vacant month.
But then, life happens, or rather, friends happen, and July became a month of travel, outings and road travels.
I’m not an expert on packing lightly because God knows my definition of the word ‘lightly’. But I can say that I am becoming a seasoned packer and traveler.
That’s why I compiled ten tips that I have learned throughout the years that I’ve been traveling!
Roll Your Clothes
The first time I heard this, I thought it was just another fluke. But then I slowly discovered that I can bring more clothes if I rolled them (This is for you girls). Fewer creases also.
2. Pack Your Vitamins and Nutrition
I bring my own tea (or coffee) just in case the accommodation I booked will not have a breakfast nook. I also tend to put all my vitamins in one bottle to save up space (Do this only if you know by heart all your medicines).
And of course, I cannot leave the house without my Ningxia Red Packets. They are so easy to pack and so travel-friendly. By the way, this is a great source of anti-oxidants and help me boost my energy levels and immune system throughout my travels!
3. Pack A Pantyliner And An Extra Napkin
Pro Tip for girls: Use panty liners at day and remove them at night and you’ll save on underwear.
I also tend to pack an extra pack of sanitary napkins, just to be safe.
4. Pack A Wet Tissue Wipes
Make sure that you pack those wipes that really works. Without those icky and nasty harmful chemicals. I love Young Living’s Thieves Wipes!
5. Pack An Insect Repellent
Never, EVER, forget your insect repellent. You don’t want to get bitten by those foreign mosquitoes, do you?
Young Living’s Insect Repellent is what I’m currently using and loving it because it totally works without those DEETS or harmful chemicals.
6. Pack Hats And Caps
I have done this ever since I started traveling. I now have learned to travel with one or two hats. It’s to protect you from the sun and also great for pictures, believe me.
7. Pack A Diffuser
Have you ever checked-in at a hotel and that horrid smell just won’t leave?
Well, a diffuser will come in handy in that situation. My Orb Diffuser from Young Living is very well-traveled. So portable and handy!
8. Pack A Face Mask
Traveling is sometimes tiring on our skin. So when night fell and I feel like I want to pamper or refresh myself, I want to make sure my favorite sheet mask is on hand! Mine is Peach & Lily’s Sheet Mask Set.
Love it cause I really see it working wonders.
9. Pack A Portable Keyboard
If your business is on the internet, make sure you have one of this. Because believe me, typing in your phone for a long period of time will create a lot of pain. This baby is wireless and so easy to pack!
10. And Lastly, Pack All Your Wires And Gadgets In One Bag
You don’t want to forget where in the world you have squished your charger in your luggage, right? It is so handy to pack every wire and gadgets in one bag. Trust me, I’ve learned my lesson.
So, that’s it! I hope you picked a little bit of a lesson from this.
P.S. If you want to try the Young Living products that I’m using, feel free to message me and I’ll help you get those products with discounts!
P.S.S. I have a $10 off also in Peach And Lily’s store. If you want to avail it, just message me!