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9 Genius Hacks For Getting Through Airport Security Faster

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9 Genius Hacks For Getting Through Airport Security Faster

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Traveling is so stressful. If I could just snap my fingers and be there already, I would do it in a heartbeat.

But nothing stresses me out like the airport security line. There are so many people, things are always moving so slowly, and — above all else — I’m in a hurry to try and catch my plane!

I inevitably will pick the wrong line — the one that takes the longest. And it seems like I’m the one who keeps setting off the metal detector, which gives me even more anxiety.

But I have finally resolved to change all that. Some people seem to fly through security as fast as humanly possible, and I am determined to be one of those people.

A couple of these hacks may seem like common sense (though they came as a surprise to me), but most of them are actually genius. I had no clue that choosing the left line versus the right line might actually make a difference!

What other hacks for speeding through security did we miss? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to SHARE with anyone who gets as stressed at the airport as I do!

1. Always, Always Go Left…

1. Always, Always Go Left...

Got a choice? Do yourself a favor and pick the left line. Experts claim that most people subconsciously go right.

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