How to pack your luggage efficiently and perfectly

Make sure you give yourself plenty of time to pack for your trip. The more time you have to pack, the less likely you’ll find yourself carrying around unnecessary items and forgetting necessary ones. With a bit of planning and these simple storage techniques, you'll be able to pack your luggage like an expert. 

How long is your trip going to be? Is it a business trip or a personal getaway? Answering these two questions will help you determine the size and type of luggage you’ll need to take with you. 

Check out the weather at your destination(s) before you go. While no weather forecast is 100 percent accurate, having a general idea of what the weather’s going to be like during your trip will help you decide on the clothes you should pack. Is it going to rain? Pack a rain suit or something that can get wet and dry quickly. If it is going to be hot, pack shorts. Don't forget a bathing suit if it's warm or if there's a pool. 

Plan each day in advance. What will you be doing on your trip? It’s important to not only pack for what you’re definitely doing, but for spontaneous celebrations and events that might pop up. Have your family or friends visited where you’re going? Ask them what they packed (or wished they packed). This will help you decide how many pieces of clothing to take. Too much and you will regret taking everything. Remember over-packing will also leave less room in your suitcase for purchasing gifts and souvenirs. 

Light clothes go on top and large or heavy clothing at the bottom. It's always best to put heavier or larger items at the bottom of the suitcase, to make it easier for yourself when locating your outfits and other items. For example, shoes, should be placed near the wheels of the suitcase. This saves space and makes sure that your suitcase is properly balanced. Pack fragile items in the center of your case. This way, they are less likely to be broken. If possible, don't bring anything fragile. 

It's important to keep your valuable and essential belongings in your carry-on bag, not in your checked luggage. Be sure to include your wallet, identification, transit ticket, toiletries, medications and valuables such as jewelry in a separate traveling case which you can stow away in an overhead cabin, if you are flying.

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