Wheeled luggage is generally seen as a convenience, but is, in fact, a constraint, as once a heavy and large suitcase is with you, you are bound to 'wheel' it around everywhere, cutting down your travel options.
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We become stressful or anxious while packing for a trip, due to us going out of our comfort zone, or in front of uncomfortable and different people.
Our previous good (or bad) travel experience also comes in play.
Light packing relaxes you and facilitates spontaneous travel, a minimalistic packing done in a backpack or a shoulder bag works best.
Chronic overpacking, while it seems logical as people can need so many things, is a hassle for travel, as there is so much to worry about and carry along.
Too much baggage leads to a baggage-heavy mindset.
Travelling alone can be the ultimate in self-indulgence: You can do what you want to do and rest when you want. Your mistakes are your own, and your triumphs are more exciting.
But without a companion to watch your back, you are more vulnerable. But, a little preparation and common sense can save you money and give you the ultimate experience.
To think creatively. Sometimes it takes a little thinking outside of the box to get by.
To find beauty in small things that you did not notice before you started your trip, like a home-cooked meal.
Method used by René Descartes in which he would “systematically doubt everything he could possibly doubt until he was left with what he saw as purely indubitable truths."