Disposable Packing for Travel

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When packing for a trip, the more you can use and dispose of, the better. Learn about disposable packing in this free travel video.

Part of the Video Series: Tips for Budget World Travel
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Video Transcript

Back into the packing game. Say you're about to back from your journey. Now, if you followed my rules about disposable packing. The soap cloths that you can throw away as you go. Also, another really great thing I like to do is go through your sock draw, go through your underwear draw. Things that you want anyone to see you in, throw them away as you wear them. That's incredibly liberating to just be like I don't need it anymore. That is a lot of space that you're going to save so you can bring back weird things like frogs that make noise and stuff. What I like to do when packing upon arrival, coming back home, is pack your souvenirs in your clothes for protection. Pop them in there. I recently bought in Vietnam. I thought it was good idea to buy a mirror. To pack this guy up, I put my little tie hat on here, wrapped it in a scarf. You've got to get creative here. You're not working with much space and you're buying odd artifacts. It actually made it back in one piece, so I did something correct. You've got all your bags and compartments and mesh kits. In your Anchor wat shirt, wrap up your Italian wall hanging. Place all these guys in here. You can stuff shoes with little people. It's the ultimate puzzle Another thing, whenever I actually go travel, if you're going to visit friends and you want to bring gifts to them. I was actually visiting my brother. He bought tons of books and he wanted me to bring to him. I was able to save a lot of space at the beginning by filling my bag up 3/4 of the way with books. Once I gave them to him, I had all that space left for goodies for myself. Pop all this stuff in here. Always pack lightly. You do not want to bogged down by it. And you're ready to go.


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