Hitha Palepu is a former consultant who has traveled more than 500,000 cumulative miles around the world and who, also, runs the travel blog Hitha On The Go. So, it’s no surprise that she is an expert packer. Her new book, How to Pack: Travel Smart for Any Trip, was sent to me for review, and I was immediately enchanted by the adorable cover and the whimsical illustrations.
I love her idea about creating a travel station, a temporary or permanent spot for your carry-on, in-flight bag, accessories, etc. She, also, breaks down types of carry-ons and includes a flowchart to help you decide which piece would work best for you.
Hitha is a big believer in packing math, simple equations to help you figure out what you need to pack. From power pieces to fantasy pieces and figuring out your laundry, How to Pack is full of helpful tips that will prepare you for your next travel adventure.
This book was provided by Blogging For Books in exchange for an honest review.
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