My Top Hacks for Traveling Light | Eva Shockey

My Top Hacks for Traveling Light

  1. Sabrina says:

    Packing cubes are the best! They save so much time when you are trying to find something and it organizes everything! Recently started using some and there is no going back!

    • Andrea says:

      Love packing cubes. You can roll your stuff in there too but when you unpack in a hotel or on a cruise it makes it so easy. Your clothes donít get all messed up inside.

  2. Bobbi Jo O'Brien says:

    Thank you for the tips! I travel a ton too and appreciate all the ideas regarding snacks & skin. I have already ordered a new Away carry on! Have you had any challenges with the size being 22.7″? Planning to get some moisturizer masks next!
    Thank you again,
    Bobbi Jo

  3. Martin P. Hansen says:

    When overseas, also pack in zip-locks a supply of Mult-Vitamins just in case locals foods may or may not be entirely balanced.

  4. Cassandra says:

    I don’t think packing your own food helps when it comes to packing light, but it definitely helps with saving money. Airport food prices are insane!

  5. Chelsea says:

    Iím traveling to Alberta thus upcoming February.

    Do you have any tips on how you pack for long hunting trips??

    • Andy Thomas says:

      Look up Adam Greentree, John Dudley, and Ramsey Russell on Instagram. These guys hunt different species world-wide with guns or bows and have posted their packing methods on Instagram. Very helpful.

  6. Paula says:

    Thanks for these tips! I always struggle packing light and usually seem to forget something either way! Just wanted to let you know about a non-toxic alternative to Lysol wipes that is safe for your babes to eat off those trays after!! Norwex Envirocloth! You can get them in mini/travel sizes and they pick up and remove the bacteria rather than kill them and you can rest easy snacking off the trays!

  7. Emily Cruse says:

    Omg! The perfume on a cotton ball is genius!! My husband and I went to Grand Turk for a week last month and perfume is something I really need all the time because aromatherapy IS REAL! It just makes me happy..I had a travel size of my coach perfume so that was fine but my new favorite is Gucci Bamboo and I didnít have it in a travel size (and it never occurred to me to get my faves in travel sizes) and then I accidentally packed it in my carry on when we left and we went through 4 airports! They made me open my bag at the airport in Grand Turk and Providenciales but when we flew into Atlanta I had so much anxiety that I was going to have to take everything out AGAIN, but I didnít….until we got back to New Orleans. Iíve never felt so anxious and nervous about a bottle of perfume ? but no one wants to be stopped and have all of their things taken out in front of everyone at the airport! Lesson learned! But girl, when we went to Hawaii last year…my checked back was over 50 pounds on the way there so we paid for that and then on the way home BOTH of our bags were over ? idk if I can ever pack lightly for Hawaii…I feel like it would have been cheaper and easier to mail all of the things we bought there back to Mississippi instead of packing it. Our bags were so heavy! I love all your tips!! I also learned the hard way this last trip about packing food. Thereís nothing worse than being hangry while traveling!

  8. Kristi says:

    Thanks for the travel tips. The Mtn ops Eva Shockey line needs to come in travel packs like you can buy the slumber stuff in!!

  9. Jessica K. says:

    I’m looking for a big black purse that size that will fit a bunch of stuff while traveling. Where did you get yours pictured here, and any other good big purse suggestions? Thanks!

  10. Cindi says:

    Where is that hat from? Love it!!

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