For travel plans and just everyday life, tips for traveling light are always greatly appreciated. All it takes is overpacking one time or lugging too much in your tote to understand the value of traveling with less. Eliminate the extra stuff, stick to necessities, and your load will be lighter. The less you are carrying allows you freedom to be more present, explore more easily, and go with the flow of the day more fluidly.
Jase and I travel often, especially now with a place in Idaho! When it comes to packing light for those trips, here is what I stick to…
–Work out clothes: bike shorts, tanks, cropped tees, leggings, and sweatshirts
–Casual vibe: denim, sneaks, boots, tees, and sweatshirts
–Comfy clothes: this is a must for all vacations. I have to be comfortable in order to truly relax, so athleisure is the name of the game
–Layers that mix & match: the more that you can wear together, the less you have to take!
–Hats of all kinds and sunnies: for all outdoor activities and let’s be honest, the hats hide the hair that won’t be washed too often on vacay.
Sticking to these necessities have made packing for Idaho a simple strategy that I return to each time we make the trip. Not only does packing simply keep my physical load light, but it keeps my mental load light too and that is KEY for joyful travel and a rejuvenating time spent away.
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