12 Travel Hacks You've Probably Never Heard Before
1. Enable Private Browsing
Which means that they will most likely raise the prices because you’ve visited it before.
2. Use tissue paper to pack
Using tissue paper helps keep your clothes wrinkle free if you’re folding your clothes.
Pretty cool, right?
3. Roll your clothes
You should roll your clothes instead of folding it to add more space in your luggage.
4. Wifi Passwords- Check FourSquare
You’re at the airport and you need a wifi password for a restaurant, lounge, etc. Check Foursquare. Yes! More often than not you’ll find that people actually share wifi passwords from recent check-ins.
5. Use a TV to charge your phone
If you forgot your wall plug for your phone charger. Chances are you can use the back (or sometimes bottom) of a TV to connect your USB slot.
6. Using Google Maps offline
Using Google Maps is usually how you find your way when you’re traveling, right?
But you need the internet the whole time to use it, right?
No! You can actually now search a location through Google Maps (with internet), type in ‘ok maps’ and it will save for later use when you don’t have wifi or cellular connection.
Best part? The blue dot (your location) will move according to where you are even when you're offline making it much easier to reach your destination.
7. Use belts to line collars
Traveling for business?
Best way to keep those collar crispy is by putting a belt around the collar to keep it from having to be dry cleaned!
Also save more luggage space.
8. Pack your underwear and socks in your shoes
Pack your underwear and socks in your shoes.
It saves space and bulkiness! Simple.
9. Glasses cases are perfect for chargers and cables
Use your glasses case to put phone chargers and cables.
It keeps them organized and all in one place. Easy to find!
10. Use a pill organizer for your jewelry
This is the perfect place to keep things organized.
Put your earrings, necklaces, and other jewelry into the pill container to better keep everything in order.
11. Travel with the best travel size products
12. Save your coins
When you’re traveling abroad, it is common that by the end of the trip you will have a bunch of coins leftover.
Don't take them all home for a keepsake that you will never use again. Maybe take one or two coins home.
The rest? Give them away to someone who really needs it!