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On the last day of your vacation, you open up your suitcase to start packing and uncover a dirty little secret — you never used some of the items you brought with you!
We’ve all been there. Sometimes, it’s due to poor planning—you waited until the last minute to pack, so you just stuffed every clean piece of clothing into your suitcase. Other times, it’s because you’re overly cautious—just in case it rains, you bring an umbrella, rain boots and a jacket even though the forecast for your beach vacation is sunny and warm.
This post isn’t about packing lighter; it’s about packing smarter. There’s no reason to lug around the extra items. By getting rid of them, you’ll make more room for the essentials or, better yet, reserve space for on-the-road purchases.
Here are some things that always seemed to stay in my bag. Nowadays, I leave them all at home.
This year marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, making Stratford-Upon-Avon a perfect destination for 2016. The city has always honored its most famous son, but the atmosphere feels even more celebratory these days.
My family didn’t travel much.
In my preschool days, we took a couple of road trips to Arkansas to visit family and had an extended stay in Houston while my dad visited his eye specialist.