Packing Mistakes for One Bag Travel What Not To Pack in Your Carry On & Other Helpful Tips

Let us tell you what you’re not going to do: pack your bags without a packing list. Don’t make these packing mistakes unless you want to have a bad trip. More travel tips and tricks here 👉 0:00 - Intro 0:41 - Forgetting to Research 1:22 - Packing Bulky Items 2:17 - Not Using Every Inch of Space 3:13 - Overpacking 4:33 - Failing to Make a Packing List 5:52 - Not Being Mindful of Liquids 7:07 - Being Unorganized 7:58 - Cheaping Out 9:07 - Not Using your Personal Item Forgetting to pack something important, having a zipper break during your trip, and having to pay for overweight luggage are some of our least favorite things. Right up there with expensive bottled water at the airport. That’s why you shouldn’t forgo a packing list, use low-quality gear, or ignore the space in your personal item bag when loading your carry on. These are serious packing mistakes when gearing up for a big trip that cost you time and money in the end. Watch the video, learn what not to do, and travel smarter.

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