How To Settle In When You’re Away

The phrase “living out of a suitcase” doesn’t mean you actually have to live out of a suitcase. As a fairly frequent traveler, when I’m staying anywhere for more than two nights, I really settle in. I unpack my Incase Tracto Duffle, place my clothes in drawers, and set up a workspace with my laptop, camera, and accessories. I really make myself at home. I usually bring a decent portable speaker and toss a few snacks in the fridge for late work nights.

Last week’s Airbnb in Santorini, Greece


Whether we’re talking about an Airbnb or a hotel (the former being my preference), I’m all about being comfortable. No, it’s not home, but, day by day in domestic locations and many international ones, I’m paying more per night than I would for rent so what I’m not going to do is act like I’m a guest.

How do you like to travel? Are you a suitcase rummager or a organize it in a drawer/closet kind of person? Let me know in the comments.


Make traveling comfortably a priority.



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