The flight is in 3 hours and I haven’t done my packing yet! What am I going to do if my suitcase doesn’t fit all my stuff! I might need 4 extra outfits for a 2 - day trip!
One set of pants should be enough, it’s just a weekend getaway! If these are the thoughts that go through your mind while packing or you have heard your family members say these, you need to read ahead for useful and amazing packing hacks so that your trip can be as effortless as it could be. Suppose you go on a 2 - day weekend getaway to a beautiful hill station and take along only one set of pants (the ones you’re wearing). You are sitting in the car, listening to music, having food, getting hit by the lovely breeze while the car windows are rolled down and the driver hits the breaks all of a sudden and you spill the food on yourself. Now, not only your mood but your ONE pair of pants are ruined. This is an example of packing fail. Like packing too less isn’t advisable, packing too much is even worse.
Packing hacks are as important as the process of flight booking which needs to be done through trusted travel companies. There are a few types of items that one needs to include in their bag before they travel. Before that, check the flight baggage rules along with the flight fares. There are the items which you need that include the basic inner garments, clothing and toiletries; then there are items which are necessary for the purpose of travel that includes outfits for any occasions, formal attire for business, camera gear for shoots, kits for sporting events, etc.; then there are also items that make your travel a little easier and hassle-free like first aid kits, extra bags, emergency packs, torchlight, etc.; then the last type of items could be those items that you pack because “just in case” you might need them. Planning for all this and getting all the items in case the travel period is long needs you to start packing your bags at least a week before. A good travel company will give you all the correct and important information that you need to determine the things that you would need on your trip to make it an effortless one.