I can be a bit of a heavy packer sometimes. Perhaps it’s my ADD, but I often don’t pay attention to packing until the last minute before I go on a trip and then I just frantically throw a bunch of things in a bag and hope for the best. Lately, however, I’ve been working on changing my ways because, quite frankly, it’s a pain in the butt to lug a heavy bag through airports, on trains, and around town.
I am happy to announce that today’s post comes to us from Harris Norman from ProSurvivalist.com and goes over the essentials you should pack in your survival kit, either for that epic camping trip you’ve been planning, or just to have around the house so you can be sure you’re prepared for any eventuality. ProSurvivalist.com features all kinds of survival tips for camping and outdoor living, so it’s a great resource if you’re interested in the subject, and contains a lot of fascinating reads. Check it out! Without further adieu, I’ll let Harris take it from here…
I recently went on a trip to Northwestern Florida, and brought back with me a few insights on what you should pack when visiting the region. Here are my suggestions.
Cool travel website alert: I found a website that will actually help you come up with a custom packing list for your next trip. Go to http://www.budgetdirect.com.au/packinglist and check out this awesome interactive packing list creation for yourself. Here’s how it works:
A handy guide on using Google Drive to help organize your trip planning.
San Diego is an internationally known destination for surf, sun, and fun. We have a world famous zoo and some other truly awesome things to see and do, so I welcome you and hope you enjoy yourself.
So, you’re going to visit Hawaii? I’m excited for you! Hawaii is a lovely place that I really just can’t get enough of. Living on the U.S. West Coast, Hawaii is actually a very affordable travel destination for me. As a result I’ve been there many times, and I plan on going there many more times in the future. Wherever you call home, however, a trip to Hawaii is a wonderful thing. To help you get prepared, I’ve decided to tackle that question of the ages: What to pack?