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Travelling light makes all the difference in the way we enjoy our holiday. A long holiday travel entails packing just the right stuff in one suitcase.
Most of us like to get away for a holiday, a vacation from time to time. But more often we pack suitcases spilling with clothes for this occasion and that event. And then again we go about buying more stuff resulting in increase in number of items, increased airfare as extra baggage charges and whole lot of stress managing luggage.
We often forget that some things we so enthusiastically packed were never used for the entire duration of the holiday and we keep making same mistake again and again. But what if there was a check-list for travelling light with just the right stuff that you need to carry?
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Let me share a few hacks for travelling light just the right way:
We usually give too much importance to our looks and end up putting a stack of clothes in our suitcases…half of them probably do not get used. It would help in travelling light if we cut down on number of clothes, mix and match and learn to make do with absolute bare necessities.
If travelling in India, for women, salwar-kameez or kurti-leggings is the best bet… oh come on you can’t be arguing about how men can wear anything and women have to watch it always, here. For once, please know that leggings and kurti are far more comfortable when travelling in buses or through small towns.
Here is how you can trick your one suitcase in packing more for you while following the travel light mantra.
There! Now you can go ahead and make your own list. Add subtract and you are good to go for a month long travelling – travelling light to be precise.
Image source: woman with a suitcase by Shutterstock.
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