When you are stuck in rural Japan without a way to translate the address of your ryokan and are about to vomit from motion sickness, you'll wish you took my advice.
As a dyed-in-the-wool minimalist, I make it a habit to pack light. I don't like to carry heavy things...
A lot of people find my preparedness, talk of preparedness, and obsession with preparedness a bit off-putting. I say, when the zombie apocalypse strikes, you'll feel differently.
I love it when a plan comes together (says the child of the 80s who reluctantly admits to watching the 'A-Team')!
I love a good travel packing tip and when I find a new one, I feel like Indiana Jones when he found the Ark of the Covenant! This isn't that.
I love travel tools that save me space, especially when they are pretty to look at.
However, over the past several years, there has been a surge of companies designing multi-way garments. You know, the tube of fabric that can be fashioned in a multitude of ways ostensibly replacing your entire wardrobe.