14 Clever Travel Hacks To Make Your Trip Awesome

Hacks aren’t worth anything unless you can put them to great use. So the next time you take a trip, make sure you try one these awesome travel life-hacks. And to ease the stress of your future extended stays, make sure it’s a Residence Inn By Marriott

1. Use a medicine organizer to store small earrings or rings

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2. Safely pack your razor with a binder clip

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3. Store necklaces in a straw to keep them from getting tangled in your suitcase

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4. Roll silk scarves around empty paper towel holder for no wrinkles

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5. Use straws to bring small amounts of liquid with you

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Cut and burn the edges to make tiny sealed containers for things you may not need a lot of.

6. Lip balm serves double duty as cuticle moisturizer

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7. Sticking a dryer sheet among clothes in a suitcase will keep your clothes smelling fresh

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8. Attach your keys and money to a binder clip and attach it to your belt for on the go shopping or for a night out on the town

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9. Use a pot holder to pack a hair straightener

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10. Use an empty tube of chapstick as a secret hiding spot for cash and other valuables

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11. Use a Tic Tac case to store bobby pins

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12. A hard plastic soap case is the perfect size to protect a camera stashed in a carry-on bag

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Um japonês jogou fora dezenas de cameras point and shoot. Meu avô pegou e está recuperando algumas.

13. Use a button to keep earrings together while traveling

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14. Hole punch & O-ring to keep track of business cards

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