This is a list of travel tips and packing hacks based on my experience traveling abroad and domestic. Hope you’re able to pick up a few new tricks to help you on your next journey.

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Additional Travel Tips/Packing Hacks

1) Always opt for a mobile boarding pass if you have the option, that way you can’t possibly lose it by the time you reach the gate.

2) Bring light-weight clothes that dry quickly—this will not only save space in your luggage, but also allow for you to easily wash and dry your clothes on the go.

3) Keep a USB charging cable in your personal item so your phone has full charge when you’re ready to exit the plane.

4) Wear slip on shoes at the airport in the United States. Whether that’s chelseas or loafers, it will save you time and the hassle from untying and retying your laces. FYI, in Australia, New Zealand and countries in Europe they don’t require you to remove your shoes.

5) If you’re doing a tour on a big bus for an extended period of time (a week or longer), be sure to pack some meds, ear plugs, cough drops. This is especially important if you’re traveling somewhere cold. I guarantee someone on the bus will be hacking their lungs out. You may have to stiff arm a few people. Keep your space or stay away from them on the bus. There’s nothing worse than traveling sick.

6) Don’t be late and in a hurried mess. Per airline recommendations, give yourself at least 2 hours for international flights and 1 hour for domestic flights.

7) Remember to be polite and have your smile readily available. Smiling makes those around you more at ease. At an airport especially, you’ll want to have patience, treat others kindly, and be nice to airport attendants.

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