The Psychology of Packing

Jan Chipchase
Mar 15, 2015 · 5 min read

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Seoul
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Kabul.
  1. Limit luggage to one piece that fits into a business class footwell or under an economy class seat (about 42 litres). The impact is two-fold: if it’s weighed at check-in (and with that size it rarely is), the overhead weight limits don’t apply; and if the overheads are full it doesn’t leave your side.
  2. Leave 10% of your luggage space for what the journey has to offer.

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Jan Chipchase

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Founder, Studio D Radiodurans. Writing at the intersection of design, human behaviour & culture @janchip

Studio D

Studio D

We provide discreet services for clients with a global outlook.

Jan Chipchase

Written by

Founder, Studio D Radiodurans. Writing at the intersection of design, human behaviour & culture @janchip

Studio D

Studio D

We provide discreet services for clients with a global outlook.

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