What to pack as a teenager traveling in U.S?

What to pack as a teenager traveling in U.S? Topic: Suitcase size for planes
June 16, 2019 / By Herman
Question: I'm only going to Montana to visit for 2 weeks. I have a ton of time on the planes. What should I bring with me? I want to pack light. I have some homework to bring should I bring my laptop?
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Ellgar Ellgar | 5 days ago
The first secret to successful travel packing is making a list and then sticking to that list! It is so easy to go through belongings and debate over whether to take something or not. Individuals usually find themselves taking more than they will actually need just in case. That, in truth, is the worst attitude you could take. The just in case items are very rarely used, so resist the temptation! A list will help you to do that because if it is not on the list then it does not travel! Before placing everything in your suitcase, go over every item by laying it out on your bed and asking yourself whether you will wear it or not. If the answer is “no” or “I don’t know” then leave it at home! Make sure that your travel packing includes all of the necessary toiletries so you will not be panicking when you get there. The only way to pack toiletries is to take the travel sized equivalent of your regular brands. If the company does not do travel sizes then simply buy some of the travel bottles from the local pharmacy or drugstore and fill them with your regular toiletries. This travel packing secret will save you plenty of space! However, do not forget to place all bottles with liquid in them into their own individual Ziploc bag before packing to spare your clothes leaking accidents!
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Ellgar Originally Answered: Traveling on plane with toddler, what to pack?
I took my daughter on a plane last summer when she was 3 1/2 and we packed very little. The iPad sounds like a great idea, I packed a Nintendo DS, but that's just what we had, if he has a few games that he loves and a new movie (or an old favorite) that should keep him occupied for several hours. Just don't forget to bring headphones! I would also bring some gum and/or hard candies to help him pop his ears and bring a small water bottle (bring it empty and fill it once you get past security). I would also bring handi-wipes and a favorite blankie or snuggle toy. Keep in mind, also, that airports don't usually have child friendly food or drinks. Because you are traveling with a toddler you can bring extra liquids as long as they are in sealed containers. I brought a few juice boxes and a few single serve boxes of shelf stable milk (I used Horizon, but I think there are other brands as well) as well as an empty sippy cup and a few sturdy snacks (fruit snacks, granola bars and Wasa crackers).

Christian Christian
Yeah, if you're going to Montana you should probably bring a laptop. Check the weather, dress accordingly. What to bring really depends on whether you're going to do any outdoorsy stuff or not.
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Ambrose Ambrose
Sure bring your laptop, if you do, thats all you need. But also bring a jacket coz somtimes the plane is really cold, even in the summer. And snacks, like chex mix or whatever you like, airplaine food sucks a lot.
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Tikva Tikva
bring your laptop if you can get connection. bring stuff you'll actually wear! depending where your going. bring entertainment for on the plane. its bored as **** so yeah. :) take lots of pictures to bring back home. or maybe yeah, bring your laptop and then your camera and USB cable to upload directly and well have them forever :) hope you have fun.! BTW, do ur hw first to get it out of the way. maybe on the plane?
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Tikva Originally Answered: What were Teenager in the 80s like?
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