PACK LIKE A PRO...Part 2
Packing just the right amount and including items that will make your trip more comfortable and enjoyable is a fine art. Here are some tips from some of the world’s most frequent travelers.
ORGANIZED AND READY TO GO
Alycia Oliphant, business development manager, Cunard Line, said she spends up to 50% of her time on the road.
“In my carry-on, I always have my itinerary, earphones, a ‘real’ book (I don’t like e-readers), a medicated cream to combat in-flight dryness and two inexpensive shawls: one for my lap and one for my shoulders. I never wear sneakers or lace-up shoes in case I’m asked to take off my shoes at security because they’re a nuisance to take off and put back on. And I always wear socks: who wants to walk barefoot going through security!Frequent travelers also know to pack a carry-on with medication, basic toiletries and a change of clothes in case their luggage is delayed or mislaid.
I keep a set of toiletries packed for travel and I have my tech stuff down to a science and keep it all in one pack. One gadget I love is a miniature goose-neck reading lamp that plugs into my laptop. It gives a softer light than the white one from the screen.
Packing for a cruise is different, of course! Lots more shoes, handbags and jewelry. You pretty much have to have two outfits per day, which is great for me as I love to dress up.
More advice from another travel industry road warriors on my next blog. Stay tuned.
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