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The idea of traveling sounds great to most people. Who doesn`t like breaking out of their routine to discover everything that is new. I always admired people who travels for a living, like pilots, flight attendants, certain business people. But my reality was far from being as glamorous as I thought it would be. Being from a girl who never stepped out of her country for more than a week to a girl who is now "torn between two countries" it was quite a shock and I am still struggling to cope with it. I don`t mind moving from one country to the other. London is beautiful and exciting and interesting while Canada is friendly and fun and comfortable. But what I mind is the packing part of it. I have so much stuff, how can I follow the airline regulations and their luggage allowance without paying large amount of fees.
I am moving back to Canada for a while and I need to bring most of my stuff. But I have too much to fit in only one suitcase.
Do you have any ideas? Any traveling or packing tips? Are you in the same frustrating dilemma as me? Share your experience and your wisdom, it`d would be greatly appreciated!