Space-Saving Products To Help You Travel Easier

Here are some of my favorite products that will make packing a breeze!

Space-Saving Products To Help You Travel Easier

It's all about space saving and traveling light these days. Just like my closet and household items, I always want to make sure I'm not taking more than necessary when I travel. But oftentimes, it can be difficult to find the right kind of product that will help me stay organized and save space. Here are some of my favorite space-saving products (and travel tips) that will make packing a breeze!

How to save space in your suitcase

Travel size deodorant: the weight of a travel sized deodorant equals one roll of toilet paper. Travel size deodorant: the weight of a travel sized deodorant equals one roll of toilet paper. Travel shampoo and conditioner: A shampoo and conditioner which weighs half a pound will fill the space of an overnight bag. A shampoo and conditioner which weighs half a pound will fill the space of an overnight bag. Travel socks: These can go through the wash! Instead of checking a stack of socks, bring a pair to put in your suitcase. These can go through the wash! Instead of checking a stack of socks, bring a pair to put in your suitcase. Travel socks: These can go through the wash! Instead of checking a stack of socks, bring a pair to put in your suitcase.

How to pack efficiently

Leather rolled up trolley bag, originally $200, now $100 at Anthropologie Source: (Photo: Anthropologie/Amazon) The leather handled trolley bag is perfect for making traveling easier. It rolls up, so it's easy to carry and it has a built-in shoe organizer and a cross body strap. It has two built-in zippered pockets that have enough space for your wallet, phone, and a couple of business cards. Anthropologie Trolley Bag, originally $200, now $100 at Anthropologie Budbak travel backpack, originally $55, now $25 at Urban Outfitters Source: (Photo: Urban Outfitters/Budbak) This versatile backpack is the perfect size for business travel and one of my personal favorites.

Travel tips

1. Make packing your carry-on a breeze. Look for a carry-on suitcase that can convert to a purse to hold smaller items like a camera or wallet. 2. Get yourself a travel-sized organizer with space saving stuff like wipes or toiletries. 3. Travel-sized toiletries are a lifesaver. 4. Don't over-pack. Take a smaller size of clothing and shoes. 5. If you’re packing suitcases, pack less in each. 6. Use luggage tags and labels to keep all of your essential items in one place. 7. Use a compact suitcase to reduce the amount of time you have to unpack and travel with each and every item you pack. 8. Don't leave the house without packing an easily accessible water bottle. 9. I also like travel bags because they often have fold-out surfaces that have enough space to store things. 10.

Conclusion

Whether you're going to a place with a lot of space to travel to, or you need a better system for packing to go on vacation, these tips are sure to help you be a better traveler!