“How can you travel with only one small carry-on bag?” Many people (especially women) think that you can never bring everything you need. As an example, I will show you exactly what I bring and how I pack.
This is what I brought on a recent two week trip to Greece (for a writing retreat) and Tbilisi, Georgia (for a conference). I was prepared for both warm and cold weather, city and nature, work and leisure, with these ‘ingredients’:
flip flop sandals
2 pairs of sneakers
a dress, a skirt
bikini and underwear (not in photo)
and of course my macbook
private wifi (I am trying out We-Stream)
the book I am updating
lots of cables and chargers
It all fits in a carry-on bag (rolling your clothes is the secret to packing), which makes getting on and off planes and out of airports fast a breeze! Check out the Agile Travel Packing Cube I use.
By the way I still feel I carry way too much stuff… In the video you see how I pack everything in my Eagle Creek bag.
What do you pack for travel, and how?
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