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How To Pack Like A Minimalist

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Travelling with only a few possessions for prolonged periods of time has permanently changed my outlook on what it is to live (and travel) in a largely materialistic world. I’ve discovered that actually, you really don’t need many things to live happily and comfortably. Though one of the smaller, and more practical lessons I’ve learnt from traversing [...]

A food lover's packing list

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As much as I love to eat outside when traveling and explore new dishes, it can be draining and also expensive, especially when being en route for a longer period of time. Apart from that, I love to prep food myself and explore the local markets and supermarkets for new ingredients to try, including the locals’ favorite spice mix. Cooking yourself also[...]

6 ways minimalism will improve your travel experience

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Approximately 5 years ago my packing and unpacking routine would look something like this: a couple of hours before I had to rush to the airport, I’d throw 20 kilos worth of clothes into my bag, 5 pairs of shoes, fancy clothes I hadn’t worn in years (but that I was sure to wear during my holiday), handbags, jewelry and lots of bits and pieces. I was always o[...]

4 Packing Tips to Nail looking Stylish & being Comfy

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Traveling in style need not necessarily mean that you have to lug around tons of luggage and pack your whole wardrobe for a vacation. Travel style can be versatile and customized to your preference, only if you can decide on a few solid pieces of clothing or essential accessories to build your look on. Over-packing accessories can prove to be a waste of t[...]

What to Expect at a Yoga Festival

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When you think of festivals, you may think of glitter, booze, dancing, raging hangovers and general mayhem. The majority of England's festivals have all of that and more, but why not take some time out from the rollercoaster ride of festival season for something that will nourish you both inside and out, and leave you feeling better than you arrived: a yoga [...]

10 Secrets of Packing like a Pro

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Ugh, packing... The worst thing about traveling, but a necessary evil. I would like to say that over the years of traveling I have perfected the art of packing the right amount of clothes - never too little, never too much. But I can't. I am still a helpless overpacker and yet manage to leave home without such important items as my toothbrush or travel adapt[...]

The best tips to fly coach in comfort

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I love flying. In fact, I love everything about it - yes, even airline food! And no, I don't say that because I tend to fly something fancy like business class. Those chances, even for a frequent flier like me, are far and few between (you can read about one occasion here). Miranda from Sex and The City said: "Once you have done first class, you can never go[...]

How to pack in 30-minutes flat

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With great trips should come great planning, but let's face it, life isn’t always that kind. Sometimes, we just need to know how to pack in 30-minutes flat and high-tail it out the door to the waiting cab/bus/train to catch that flight. We know that plane isn’t going to wait for anyone, so it’s best to have a plan of action for when packing time is slim! [...]

17+ Awesome Tips for Travelling with Hand Luggage ONLY

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Are you a notorious over-packer? If you are nodding your head frantically right now - welcome to the club. It is good know that I am not the only travelette out there who is dreading to lift her 60+ backpack off the ground after attaching everything that didn't fit inside to the outside of the pack with those handy loose straps. If you tend to end up kicking[...]

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