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Monday, May 10, 2010

Save Space in your Travel Bag

When I first met my husband, he traveled 60 - 70% of the time for his job. The first time I watched him pack, I was fascinated. He rolled his clothes, had small bottles of hygiene products, planned his wardrobe, and placed things in his suitcase in a way that I though was chaotic. Turns out he knew what he was doing. Here are a few packing tips to help you save space in your bag.




Roll your clothes, don't fold them.

Use sample size products for shampoo, conditioner, medicine, hairspray, and so on (and don't forget to put them all in liquid proof bags).

Wear your heaviest clothes and bulkiest shoes on the plane.

Color coordinate - Plan clothing so you can get a variety of outfits out of just a few pieces.

Try and eliminate the need for hairdryers, electric razors, etc. Call your destination to see what items are available in your room.

Make use of every inch of space - for instance, stick toiletries in your shoes and stuff socks and underwear in those outer pockets.

Still need more room? You could also try vacuum sealing your clothes in bags.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the tips. I'll share with my husband b/c he likes to pack a lot!

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