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    Travel Light: how to pack for two weeks in a carry-on

  • Natalie Jordan

    Travel Tip | How to Pack 2 Weeks in a Carry-on

  • Lori Jarvie

    packing tips | travel tips

  • Cynthia Trent Enghauser

    travel light: how to pack 2 weeks in a carry-on

  • portekali kefali

    This is a great article with helpful information for packing light. I try to only pack a carry on whenever possible. We did a 2 week vacation this summer to Europe and Thailand and I only had a carry on! I even brought presents too.

  • Liz DeAnne

    I need taught how to pack one week in a carry on hahaha

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Alright - it's time for question 2: If you had one packing tip what would it be? Please Share you best packing tips with us.

  • AMS

    I would suggest buying some travel size items. If you cant live without a whole bottle of shampoo, then get smaller tubes of toothpaste, toothbrush and even face wash/lotion/deodorant

  • Milissa Rachele

    put jewelry inside straws to prevent tangling.

  • Debi Savicky

    Dryer sheets! I take a few, they help keep your clothes smelling fresh and clean, as well as nice to tuck inside your dirty laundry bag. If you end up with any static cling, a quick rub on your clothes with a sheet removes it, and it can even pick up lint or stray hair on your clothes. Very handy and weightless!

  • Denise Adams

    Zip lock bags are my best friend when I need to pack something that is still wet from being caught in the rain.

  • D. Bednarz

    I put bars of soap in my drawers/suitcase. Dove is my favorite. Makes everything smell amazing!

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packing tips 8 Packing is not an easy task... (18 photos)

Great packing tip. I used to pack this way with the kids. Each day's outfit rolled up into a nice bundle; no searching for a matching "whatever". I also put the out fit in it's own gallon sized ziplock bag (marked with the day it would be worn) to help keep it rolled, then at the end of the day dirty closes go back into the bag and zipped up. No stinky clothes mixing with the fresh ones.

Organized. IF only I could learn to pack like this - it would be a huge blessing!! To my body - my neck - shoulders - the tear in my rotator cuff! Wow!!!

smart packing-3 weeks worth of outfits in 1 carry on suitcase