10 Tips How To Organize Your Hand Luggage
No matter the length of the trip — be it a weekend beach getaway or a three-week Himalayan trek — you will need to pack a bag of any size, and you will want to know how to organize, in this blog we will focus on your hand luggage. There is a lot to consider when determining what to bring: the type and length of your trip, your itinerary, the weather, the size of your luggage, and any weight limits imposed by your mode of transportation. And with so many factors at play, it is easy to overpack or under pack, especially if you have waited until the last minute. Avoid overpacking, digging through your bags and other inconveniences when boarding your train with these 10 tips on how to organize your hand luggage.
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How To Organize Your Hand Luggage Tip 1: Keep Your Travel Documents Separate
This is one of the most important things to consider when you are deciding how to organize your hand luggage. Keep your travel documents separate. Not only is this a convenient thing to do but also the safe thing to do. Put them in a little bag that is easy to remove from your hand luggage. That way you do not have to dig whenever you need your passport, tickets or money.
Organize Your Hand Luggage Tip 2: Make A Packing List
Passport? Check. Toothbrush? Check. Sunscreen? For peace of mind that you have got the essentials covered, make yourself a travel checklist a few days before the excitement of the trip sets in!
Organize Your Hand Luggage Tip 3: Avoid Stains
There is nothing more annoying than taking so much time to choose what clothes you are going to take only to find you cannot even use them! Never have this problem again. Firstly you should always make sure your light colored clothes are packed inside out, and secondly, hold on to hotel disposable shower caps and use them to cover the base of your shoes.
Tip 4: Roll And Vacuum Pack
To save space and stop creasing, roll your clothes instead of folding them, then place them in vacuum compression bags. To use these bags, put your clothes in, seal the bag, then squeeze the air out. This will leave you with lots more space in your suitcase and will prevent creases.
Tip 5: Luggage Safety
Lock your bags and keep them locked. Take them with you when you use the restroom. If this is not possible and you are traveling alone, bring all valuable items with you. Never leave cameras, money, electronics or travel documents unguarded.
Tip 6: Use Packing Cubes
Tip 7: Size Restrictions For Hand Luggage
Tip 8: Gadgets In Hand Luggage
How do you usually organize all of your electronics, cables, those fiddly bits that take you ages to dig out at security? Stuff them in like the rest of us? Well, if you want to organize your hand luggage then get yourself a stash of ziplock bags. Phone charger, camera charger, adaptors, headphones – take extra plastic bags (the same ones you would use for hand luggage liquids) and use them to store electrical items, things for the journey home (house keys, parking ticket, and car keys), medication and other loose accessories.
Tip 9: How To Pack Books. Do not!
Whether it is that steamy romance novel, thrilling sci-fi, or a dog eared travel guide, download it before your trip. Even if at home you are a paper til I die sort, save the space and weight for your hand luggage and do not count on wifi to jump back into the story from your perfectly positioned beach chair, simply make sure it is on a water resistant covered device.
Tip 10: Lay It All Out
I am super messy. I admit it. And disorganized! But what helps me to get my head straight even when I pack at the very last minute, is I take time to lay everything out before any item goes into my bag. Grouping things together on my bed helps me see quickly what items do not pull their weight. A pair of pants that can only be worn with one top, or that requires shoes I was not already planning to pack? Back in the drawer, you go! Seeing everything clearly before I start also helps me fit things into my bag in a logical way. For me, this means starting with my bulkiest items, then cherry picking lightweight items to tuck into gaps around them to form a sturdy base layer to build up from.
Have these tips helped you figure out how to organize your hand luggage? We would love to know! Book a train ticket through Save A Train and snap picks of your hand luggage after using these tips!
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