We interrupted the regularly scheduled #TravelTuesday post for a special announcement. I’m going to mix things up a little.
Don’t worry, the details about traveling to Scotland will continue in no time.
You may not realize it, but I’m sent a lot of questions about traveling. So, I know you kiddos are reading and that’s freakin’ awesome! But, I want to open the forum for any of you shy guys and gals who may be nervous to send me a personal message. Knowing what you’re curious about or what you’d like to see more of is a huge benefit for me and also for any readers who may have the same thoughts.
It can be anything! I love sharing any and all information about travel.
I’m usually an open book with traveling because, without trying to sound completely smug, I truly believe traveling is one of the most enriching things you can do in your life.
Ask me any travel questions:
Do you want to know how I pack a carry-on for 2 weeks?
How about the best thing to do in Chiang Mai, Thailand?
How do I get over jet lag?
Want to know what my favorite travel-size products are?
How do I know how to nab good seats on a flight?
Curious as to what’s next on my travel bucket list?
Do I wash my bras in the hotel sink and hang them on the curtain rod to dry, horrifying housekeeping?
What? Too far?
Ask me whatever is on your mind when it comes to traveling.
Tell me what you’d like to see more of in travel-related posts.
Post those questions in the comments below and I’ll answer them directly or, if you’re lucky, write a lovely post for my response. You could be FAMOUS. Until next time, travel pals!
I’m taking a 3 day trip back home and am only taking a backpack. I’m refusing to pay $30 for a carryon or $50 for a checked bag each way. I’m having packing anxiety. I’ll be staying with friends so I won’t really need toiletries. Any tips? How did you do it for 2 weeks? Help!
You’ve come to the right place, my love. First, get yourself from packing cubes from eBags: http://www.ebags.com/category/travel-accessories/packing-aids/packing-cubes/b/ebags
Pack what you think you’ll need, then cut it in half. No, I’m not joking. Unless you’re off to the desert, if you forget something and desperately need it, you can usually find it nearby. This is what I can survive with: 1 pair of jeans, 1 pair of comfy pants, a cute dress, a scarf, two pairs of shoes, yoga pants (that you can wear on the flight and will double as PJ’s), 2 tops and you’re good to go! I will write a post about this in the future, but thought I’d give you some hints now.
But, packing cubes. Seriously. Buy them. 🙂
Emily O says
I often hear about best days of the week to buy plane tickets, or best time of the month to buy… Is there any reality to those claims? I never see the great deals for flights out of Detroit that I see for other cities, and I’m wondering if it’s because I’m just not looking at the right time. 🙁
Ohhhh, this is a good one. It’s usually related more to how far in advance, rather than a particular time of day or day of the week. I think I may write a post about this. Is that cool? Thanks for your idea! 😀