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Trim Down When You Travel

Facts: Spending less money on stuff (you don’t really need) frees up your bank account for more meaningful experiences, such as a yoga retreat in Mexico, hot spring hopping in Iceland, or a food- and wine-lover tour in Chile. Even if you’re only traveling to visit the fam-bam this holiday season, being mindful of what you pack and bring home with you on these trips is ultra-important in keeping your life pared down and your bank account full. 

We connected with travel pros like Kashlee Kucheran, the British Columbia-based CEO and editor of Travel Off Path, a minimalist travel blog, about smarter ways to see the world and have money left over for your next great adventure (i.e., visiting one of SuperShe’s upcoming beachy escapes in Hawaii or Turks & Caicos). Start with strategic packing — sorry, you don’t need seven pairs of shoes in the Serengeti — before you hit the road or sky-highway.

Swing by the SuperShe app to get the deets on packing like a minimalist and pocketing extra savings for your next getaway.

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