It’s something everyone is of guilty of when going on a holiday, but packing clothes you might wear only adds to your baggage allowance.
In a recent article published on Traveller, a reader offered her 'golden rule' for packing light.
“When travelling overseas take clothes of only one colour (recommend navy blue or black). It's simple to coordinate, and if you want a bit of flair, add a bright red, green or yellow accessory,” says Rhona Mayers, Toorak, VIC. “You'll be able to survive with just one carry-on bag, and never have to wait for your luggage at the carousel.”
This way, you will spend less time trying to decide what to wear and more time enjoying your vacation.
Now that you have your clothing sorted, there is one item worth adding to your suitcase.
For around the $3, the door stop is the perfect safety item to help prevent people from breaking and entering into your room while you're asleep.