Two-day Trip? One Bag Is Enough Bags!

Mar 15, 2022
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Amidst the weekly hustle that involves checking tasks off your list, the short lunch breaks, the constant pressure to perform and achieve and succeed, we all eagerly wait for our saving grace- the weekend! This is the time when we plan our sweet escape, locking our responsibilities away for just a little bit. If you find yourself squeezed between schedules throughout the week, a weekend getaway is a must!

Two-day weekend trips should be about leaving the baggage behind and not carrying extra luggage with you! When it comes to short trips, one bag is enough bags! But there’s also the question of making the most out of this little adventure and carrying everything you’d need to meet this goal. The good news is that Nasher Miles’ luggage for short trips has enough room to carry everything you could possibly need and more. Travel luggage by Nasher Miles boosts many features- premium materials, attractive design, lightweight, durable, sturdy, spacious, built-in security, to name a few!

‘Spacious Storage’ happens to be one of the key features, thanks to the fully lined roomy interiors with down straps and zippered divider to secure contents and promote easy organization! Travel bags by Nasher Miles also come with an expander option that gives you 25% extra storage space for things that you probably won’t need but want anyway. What’s more? The multiple compartments make you want to be more organised!

A little more is all we want; a little space is all we need! Nasher Miles’ short trip luggage has dedicated spaces for everything- say laptops, headphones, sunglasses and more; bags that look compact but can accommodate everything you’d need. When you have a lot of items at stake or little patience for the art of packing, a few tips always come in handy! Here are some for you from experts at Nasher Miles:

Tips For Quick Travel Packing Luggage

1. Make a list of places you’d like to visit during your trip

2. Make a packing list

3. Pack dual-purpose garments

4. Roll your clothes

5. Pick out what you think you need, and eliminate what you actually don’t

Tips For Quick Travel Packing Luggage

1. Make a list of places you’d like to visit during your trip

Before any kind of travel, a plan needs to be in place, at least a week prior to the departure. Have some ideas about all the things you would like to see or do! After all, what you carry depends on the destination and the activities that are on your to-do list!

2. Make a packing list

Your travel destination and to-do list will be your guide to creating a packing list! While doing so, make sure your need comes before your want; put the essentials on the top of the list and then add the items you want to carry as extras, given that there is any room left! Re-check the list to see if you have missed out on an important item before you start packing!

3. Pack dual-purpose garments

Clothing that can serve a dual purpose is a thing of wonder! If packing bores you, you need to put some extra effort while shopping- look out for clothing where you can pack one item, but really have a two. Dual-purpose items, like a jacket that can convert into a travel pillow or a duffle bag which can be used to carry other items are worth their weight in airline baggage fees.

4. Roll your clothes

Roll it all- tops, underwear, socks, and other small items and stuff them into your shoes. While you are at it, make use of every little inch of suitcase space that you can. One of the best suitcase packing tips is to simply roll your clothes, it saves a lot of space!

5. Pick out what you think you need, and eliminate what you actually don’t

Over-packing is a skill we are all born with; which is why this tip exists! Yes, it might put you in a tough spot where you would have to prioritize but doing this will cut you down to the exact essentials you’ll actually need.

While you are on your well-deserved break, leave the weight of the world behind! Get a ‘many items, one solution’ with a bag for short trips by Nasher miles; browse through and buy our premium travel luggage bags online!

Preksha Shah

Ardent storyteller. Casually breathes life into characters and dissects pop culture. In the meantime, fantasises secret love affairs with Shakespeare and Austen weaved into poetries that she wishes to publish in a book of her own someday.

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