Packing

App and Away! Three Travel Apps to Simplify Your Life on the Go

Sara Graham | Posted 11.02.2014 | Canada Travel
Sara Graham

Never fails. After every trip I get wind of some brand new smartphone app that would have made my life easier (or my suitcase lighter). Whether it's destination planning, sharing photos on-the-go, or allowing for a more fluid work flow, here are three amazing new apps you can use to improve life on the go.

Take a Load Off: 5 Ways to Pack Light

Barbara Aleks Hecht | Posted 07.12.2013 | Canada Travel
Barbara Aleks Hecht

Packing for a trip can be challenging at the best of times, but packing light can be downright difficult. Here are five tips that I found to be quite useful and are sure to help you Pack Like a Pro -- lite-style.

How to Travel With Only Your Carry-On

Natasha Koifman | Posted 04.03.2013 | Canada Style
Natasha Koifman

I travel a lot for work. One of the ways I've lessened the stress of all this flying is by only travelling with carry-on when I'm travelling for work or short trips. It takes discipline and, of course, there are rules and restrictions to follow, but it is doable! Here's how I pull it off.

Travel Smart by Packing Smart

Kimberley Seldon | Posted 10.24.2012 | Canada Travel
Kimberley Seldon

Watching George Clooney strategize his way through security lineups in Up in the Air, it occured to me that a lifestyle which includes logging frequent flyer miles yields some serious packing wisdom and rituals. Here are a few of my most resourceful tips for packing well.

Packing Food For a Hike? Here's What to Bring

explore Magazine | Posted 09.23.2012 | Canada Travel
explore Magazine

Even if you're only going out for an hour or two, packing a snack for your hike is always a great idea. Whether you get lost, take some breaks, or just take longer than you thought, you'll need food to keep you active and alert. But not every type of food is fit to be packed. Consider the following before heading out on your next hike.