There are a lot of pack lists out there, and some of them are downright irresponsible when they include an endless list of items that will be sure to give you back problems until you inevitably choose to leave them behind.
We’ve hand-selected these tips and articles for their sensibility and helpfulness in helping you achieve that perfect balance: everything you really need, and not an ounce more. We have never heard someone say “I wish I packed more stuff” and we doubt you will either.
- A compilation of 20 Nomad Pack Lists by TheLuxpats
- Nomad Family Pack List: Mom and Kid by TheLuxpats
- Digital Nomad Family Pack List: Dad by TheLuxpats
Some Old Pro Tips
3. Mix and match, up to five or six outfits. Chances are you’ll be able to do laundry by the sixth or seventh day in-country, and if you get tired of wearing the same thing, you can always buy in-country and donate your extras to balance the weight. Ladies: think long and hard about every pair shoes. One nice pair of flip flops will do nicely in most hot countries, likewise one pair of flats in colder ones, and one pair of running shoes if you’re active.