Category Archives: Packing Guides

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Packing Guide: What to Wear in Ireland in April

Updated: 29 January 2024 Planning an incredible Spring Break to the Emerald Isle, but you’re still not sure what to wear in Ireland in April? Perhaps you’re worried about overpacking or bringing clothes you won’t use once? Don’t worry! I got your packing needs covered right here.  My spring Ireland packing guide will help you […]

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21 Important Solo Travel Essentials for Your Next Trip

Both packing and traveling alone are skills that require practice. Trust me, nothing is more aggravating than bad luggage or overpacking on a solo trip where you’re 100% responsible for taking care of all your belongings. No one else is looking out for you here. So it’s better to be prepared than not. To tell […]

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What to Pack for New York in September

September is a wonderful time to visit New York City. As the summer crowds dwindle and children return to school again, a traveler coming to New York City can find good deals on hotels and food. It’s easier to book dinner reservations. Not to mention, more opportunities to explore the best attractions with fewer hassles, […]

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Packing Guide: What to Pack for Venice in June

Venice is one of the most popular and iconic cities in all of Italy. This magical city, sitting low on a fish-shaped island in a scenic lagoon, is the perfect European destination for a traveler to simply wander and get lost without stressing too much about his or her personal safety. After all, you are on […]

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A Super Helpful Packing List for California in June

California is one of my favorite states to explore in the United States. For example, I’ve traveled alone to San Francisco twice, and both times I loved immersing myself into this iconic city’s unique culture, neighborhoods, and culinary scene.  Furthermore, last year, I had the pleasure of spending quite a bit of time in Northern California […]