Ideas for packing

Top 10 Packing Tips

I’m currently in the process of packing for a week’s trip to Bhutan.  This is a slight deviation from my normal holiday packing routine of sandals, suncream, book, repeat. I actually had to google the weather to see what extremities I may need to prepare for and frantically hunt down last-minute hiking gear. In fact I’d much rather be writing this blog post talking about packing for my trip than actually packing.  

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Packing Tips From Make My Wardrobe Work!

Anyone else stuck in the same beach holiday style rut? Packs too many bikinis and heels that never get a look in? Today Hong Kong based Sheryl from Make My Wardrobe Work, shares her tips on what clothes to pack for a beach holiday!

In the years BTK (before the kids), I travelled frequently for both business and pleasure.

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10 Of The Best Packing Hacks

I’ll let you in on a little secret.  I absolutely love packing.  My packing usually starts months in advance when I start squirreling away all the things I need for my trip.  Then I like getting all my packing cubes and travel bottles out.  Sometimes it does go wrong. The fancy dress I so cleverly hid away months in advance of my christmas holiday, forgot to make its way in my suitcase.  

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Top 5 Baby Travel Essentials

If you are about to embark on your first holiday with your new addition, congratulations!  Welcome to a world where holidays will never be the same again.  First and foremost because your new little person gets to invade at least half of your luggage allowance!  Packing for a baby is a minefield. There are so many vital ‘must-haves’ but here are my essentials (outside of nappies, baby wipes, baby bottles and formula!)

 

  1. Cot & Stroller Blackout
    Long time readers will know I’m obsessed with travel blackout.  
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Toys On A Plane: The Under 5 Roundup

I was once on a flight and spotted some friends a few rows behind.  Whilst my rugrats (at the time 5 mths and nearly 3) were crying/jumping around/demanding constant attention, her two (4 and 7) were blissfully chilling out, watching an ipad and reading.

Moral of the story.  Young babies are easy (they sleep).  Kids between 0-4 are a tough crowd but as they get older, it gets easier.

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