The smarter way to go

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Traveling can make for some of the best moments of your life, but it is not without its challenges. After all, there are rooms to book, activities to plan and, of course, luggage to worry about. Without the right strategies, these challenges can seem pretty daunting. How daunting? A survey from Honeywell shows that thinking about luggage and whether it’s been successfully loaded onto the plane is one of the top worries travelers have when embarking on a new trip. Here are some ideas to consider to make your next trip more enjoyable:

Downsize your wallet
Clear your wallet of everything except a credit card, a backup and your insurance information and leave the rest at home. Pack some cash in your carry-on and you’ll ensure a missing wallet won’t be a total loss.

Pack a one-day survival kit
Lost luggage can happen to anyone, and that’s why it’s important to have a backup plan. Instead of using your carry on for only the items you want with you on the plane, pack it full of everything you’ll need to survive for 24 hours in your destination. That way, if your luggage should be misplaced at arrival, you won’t be stuck scrambling for everything once you land. The peace of mind that comes from knowing you have what you need will make the rest of your trip more relaxed.

Do your research
Getting the lay of the land is one of the most exciting parts of traveling to a new location, and a little preparation allows you to enjoy the journey without getting lost. Make the most of your time while you’re traveling by planning some activities in advance and mapping them out. That way you’ll spend your time enjoying activities rather than figuring them out.

Never stop traveling
One good trip deserves another! In planning your next adventure, focus on the tips above as they are surefire strategies to enjoy every moment of your travels and create memories that last a lifetime for everyone.

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