It’s Travel Tip Tuesday! This week I’m addressing an issue that has happened to just about everyone, but you may not think much of it, even though it’s kind of a big deal: “Can you watch my stuff?” So, should you? This question came up recently when a frequent traveler friend of mine was approached… Continue reading Should You Watch Someone’s Luggage?
Spring is here, but summer is coming! I truly love summer travels: beaches, sunshine, waterfall hikes, ocean breezes, hot and humid temperatures. I love it! Whether or not you love summertime travels, I’ve put together a list of the very best summer travel gear and products I truly love! The photos below are Amazon Associate links,… Continue reading Gear Up for Summer Travel
Well, we’ve been through the double-duty clothes to pack, packing essentials, and now we need to address the proverbial elephant in your suitcase: the non-essentials you should leave behind! Here are a few items that I always recommend you think twice about before tucking them away in your luggage. 1. Checked Luggage If you truly… Continue reading Quick Whit’s Packing NON-Essentials
It’s another day, and that means it’s another opportunity to share my secrets to packing success! I have been reading several other travel blogs lately, and many of them have at least one post on packing and/or travel essentials. But many of these lists leave out some very important things that I view as absolutely… Continue reading Quick Whit’s Packing Essentials
I’m revealing my most effective packing secrets! Ready to get serious about packing light? You can pack like a real pro with a few strategic pieces and a positive attitude! You can make it through a trip of any length with fewer clothes than you think, especially when your clothes can pull their own weight… Continue reading Clothes that Pull Their Own Weight
It’s a very special What I Wore Wednesday! If you read yesterday’s post, you know I spent a whole day at Unclaimed Baggage in Scottsboro, Alabama! Each day one lucky visitor gets to have “The Unclaimed Baggage Experience” and is tasked with sorting through a piece of luggage. So this isn’t really what I wore… Continue reading Claiming the Unclaimed