Have Your Dopp At Ready
I stay #adventureready by having a dopp kit prepared at all times. When I want to go, I grab it, throw some clothes in my suitcase (which is always prepped with phone charger and other easily overlooked essentials), and hit the road.
Pack a Laundry Line
My most important travel tool is a portable laundry line. I’ve gotten very adept at setting it up in a wide variety of spaces.
Make Your Luggage Stand Out
Checking your luggage, but it looks pretty ordinary? Tie a lanyard (mine is orange) around the handle so you can easily identify it when it rolls around.
Buy a starter pistol (the ones that fire blank rounds, no ammo required) and say you need to declare a weapon in your check in luggage. They'll tag it and voila, no more lost luggage!
Have a Backup Plan
Since I travel Internationally, I always make two copies of my passport and itinerary and carry one on me and leave one at home. This way, if I lose my passport during the trip, I can use the copy to seek help from the Embassy or have the person at home call with the information.