(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 18, 2015 ) Dover, PA -- It may be best to leave some of those fun travel accessories at home instead of packing them for a trip or vacation, according to a recent List of packing tips from Travel Navigator Accessories.
The company has published a list of packing tips at its Blog in order to help travelers make better use of space and avoid packing too much. The list includes tips like rolling
Charles Hynes of Travel Navigator Accessories says "Packing is a critical skill that all travelers must learn in order to get the most enjoyment out of their trips. The most common problem is overpacking so we wanted to share some tips that can help people to learn to pack light and make the most of limited space. You'll rarely regret packing light, and if you really need something you can usually buy it wherever you are. But you're very likely to regret overpacking, especially when you are lugging a few suitcases around an airport, the streets, or trying to get in and out of a taxi or public transportation. Just a few helpful tips can go a long way in fighting the battle against overpacking, and that is what we set out to accomplish with this collection of packing tips."
Travel Navigator Accessories sells travel accessories, with their first product being a Travel wallet that can be worn around the neck for added safety and convenience. The travel wallet can also hold multiple passports and includes RFID-blocking technology to prevent unwanted scans of personal items that include RFID tags, like passports and credit cards.
About Travel Navigator
Travel Navigator is a newly formed company that sells a travel wallet. The company is focused on providing safety and convenience-oriented travel accessories.
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