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How to travel light?

This is my first article and it's for my dearest friend, Andra. So, let's start.
How do I manage to travel light? It wasn't like this from the beginning. I used to carry a lot of useless things with me. I think all the experiences I had thought me that material things are less important than the spiritual ones.
I started to travel with only one bag last year. It was the weekend in Paris. It was amazing. I felt like I had wings to fly.
Anyway.. How do I pack? It's very simple. I count the days, how many clothes I need and I try to put only things that I will wear. I don't want to bring with me my whole wardrobe. Also the toiletry list is short. I don't need a lot of products in order to take care of my body.
I guess all comes with the time and the way you feel. I always wanted to be able to put all my things in one suitcase and move to another place. At least I can do this when I travel.
I got to go. I need to pack. New adventures are waiting for  me.


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