These 21 Travel Tips Are Going To Save You HOURS Of Wasted Energy. #4 Makes So Much Sense
by N/A, 9 years ago | 6 min read| 1318
Brace yourselves, spontaneous traveling just got a whole lot easier.
Avoid a long wait at baggage claim by marking your bag "fragile".
This easy-to-fold pouch will keep your soap and washcloth together.
To keep your clothes smelling fresh and clean, put a dryer sheet in the bottom of your suitcase.
Forget your wall plug? No worries! Most TVs have a USB slot and you can charge your devices this way.
Skip the first bathroom in the terminal. It's usually the longest. If you use the next one, your wait will take much less time.
Avoid creasing your suit coats by packing them inside out. This will also help keep them clean.
Private/Incognito windows help you see the lowest prices when booking flights and hotels.
Protect your chargers from breaking (due to too much bending) by using a spring from an old pen.
Shower caps work great for covering the bottoms of your shoes in your luggage.
Save time packing by putting clothes into a hanging organizer and collapsing it to fit into your suitcase.
This will make leaving in a hurry a breeze.
Tissue paper keeps your clothes from wrinkling.
Loose chargers and cables can easily be organized inside of a glasses case.
When packing, keep your dress shirts crisp by lining the collar with a belt.
Rolling your clothes, instead of folding them, saves you more space in your suitcase.
Get free WIFI at airports by adding "?.jpg" to the end of any URL.
Use an old Tic Tac container to keep hair clips together.
Binder clips are great for protecting the head of your shaving razors.
Binder clips can also be used to keep your headphones from tangling.
Experience less turbulence when you sit in seats closest to the wing of the plane.
Seats closest to the wings have the most structural support.
Before arriving at security, put your small belongings (wallets, keys, phones, etc) into your bag before putting it on the conveyor belt. It'll save you a lot of time and eliminate the need for separate bins.
Use vacuum sealed bags to save tons of space in your carry on.
This will eliminate the need to check your bags.
Charge your smartphones while on airplane mode to save battery and time.
Save money by using ATMs instead of the currency exchanges in airports.
Pill containers are great for keeping jewelry untangled, as well as organized.
Refill old travel-size containers instead of buying new ones each time you travel.
You can use straws to carry "travel size" amounts of your favorite skin care products.
By typing "OK Maps" into Google Maps you can use it offline and the visible area will save for future access.
Easily remove other tourists from your travel pictures.
Wait to purchase plane tickets until Tuesdays at 3pm.
Don't buy water at the airport. Instead, bring an empty bottle and then fill it up after you pass security.
When making reservations on a plane for 2 people, book the aisle and window seat. If no one sits between you, you'll get the row to yourself.
If someone does book the seat between you, simply ask them to switch seats so that you can ride next to your travel partner.
Prevent spills in your luggage by putting saran wrap on top of open containers, then screwing the top on over it.
No more messy spills that could ruin your belongings.
The most convenient times to use the plane's lavatory are right after the plane has leveled off and about 20 minutes prior to landing.
Did you forget your charger at home? Most times, hotel front desk's have spare ones in their lost and found left by previous guests.
FourSquare is great for obtaining the WIFI passwords for nearby establishments.
Scanning important documents before leaving for your trip could come in handy if you ever misplaced or had your personal items stolen.
Do not show me this again