With Christmas break underway, many of us are headed off to a family vacation to refresh before the New Year sets in.
While traveling is fun and exciting, being organized is a crucial part of having a successful and stress free vacation.
We have assembled Austin | Fowler's top three tips to help you stay organized on your upcoming trip!
Pack outfits, not clothes. It can be easy to throw individual pieces of clothing into your suitcase without thinking about how you might put them together. Instead of packing individual items of clothing, plan and pack outfits for each day and activity of your trip. Include pieces that you can wear with multiple outfits, and roll them together to save space. This goes for the kids as well!
Centralize your paperwork. With devices thankfully removing much of the need for physical papers and documents when traveling, chances are that you will be most likely carrying tickets, ID’s, and other paperwork. To avoid moments of panic, centralize your paperwork in one location. The A|F Everyday Packing Totes are a great way to store paperwork in one easily accessible place.
Leave space for souvenirs. Even if you aren’t a souvenir enthusiast, chances are that someone in your family will buy something that they want to take home with them while on vacation. Leave extra space in your luggage to avoid stress before heading to the airport on the last day of your trip.
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