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  • 1. ==== ====ebags packing cubeshttp://www.treatgene.com/ebags-packing-cubes/==== ====Weve all been warned of the new charges airlines are charging for whatever they can think of-checked baggage, primo seats (in Coach!) and food. Ive even heard that some airlines arethinking about charging for water. So whats a savvy traveler to do? You can grin and bare it, oryou can find ways to cut corners and conserve.Here are some tips for packing light on your next flight:Packing clothesThe truth is, many of us overpack and dont wear everything we pack, so the obvious tip is simplyto pack less. But its always great to have extras with you in case your trip is extended, theweather changes unexpectedly or for unplanned activities requiring a specific dress code. So,while the goal is to pack lighter, you still have to employ a strategy.o Go with one or two basic wardrobe colors and use colorful shirts, scarves and accessories tobrighten them up. Just make sure that your pieces go together so you can mix and match.o Pack separates that create multiple outfits.o Wear bulky items like jackets, sweaters and heavy shoes on the plane. Sometimes you canuse the little closet at the front of the plane to store it.o Try not to pack more than two pair of shoes. Choose one pair for evening and one pair ofcomfortable shoes for exercising and site seeing.Keep clothes clean on the roadIf you still want to pack lightly for longer trips, consider taking advantage of your hotels laundryservices or facilities. Another tip is to travel with light-weight and quick-dryingEfficient packingo Roll your clothes, which can create more room in your luggage for more clothes.o Use vacuum bags for sweaters-they flatten very well.o Pack clothes in large Ziploc bags. You can squeeze out the extra air and protect.o Use packing cubes.Ship ito Send your luggage using UPS or FedEx to your hotel 10 days before you get there. Its a littlerisky and you have to send items you dont need in the iterim but it could be worth it not having todeal with airport hassles.
  • 2. o Ship items you purchase during your trip.Odds and Endso Combine when you can. Pack all-in-one body wash/shampoo/shave gel and SPF moisturizersyou can use on your face and body, or buy toiletries at your destination. If you must bringtoiletries, bring trial size versions or ration out what you need and transport in travel bottles.o If youre going on a trip for pleasure, wait until you get to the airport to buy your readingmaterial.o If you have a second home or cabin, leave toiletries there, so you dont have to tote them backand forth.o If youre traveling for the holidays, buy your gifts at your destination.Follow a plano Think about your previous trips and weed out any items that you didnt use.o Lay out your clothes a week before your trip and pare it back as much as possible.o Set out everything think you need and then eliminate any duplicates or "convenience" itemsyou can go without for a few days.Luggageo Buy expandable carry-on rolling luggage.o A regular-sized backpack counts as a personal item but holds a lot compared to a purse orcarry-on tote. Just slip your handbag inside the backpack, or stuff it with socks in your carry-on.o The lighter your suitcase, the more you can take without hitting the overweight fee.Hopefully this guide will be helpful and of course, save you money!Amy Covington is a fashion writer with a penchant for silk scarves, designer handbags andanything luxury. She always knew she wanted to be a writer and always loved fashion-and finallyfound a way to revel in both. Amy maintains three blogs for Belisi Fashions, a luxury accessoriesbrand, based in Palm Beach. On her womens fashion blog, readers get a regular dose of fashion,health and lifestyle articles, product reviews and commentary.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=A._Covington==== ====
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