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How to Pack a Bag for Travel | The Art of Manliness
Your mom won't always be around, and if you plan on being a well-traveled man, it's essential that you learn how to effectively pack a bag. 20081016
When going on a trip, many men, to their shame, have the women in their lives- their mom, girlfriend, or wife- pack their suitcase for them. They either can’t be bothered or are afraid they don’t know how. But your mom won’t always be around, and if you plan on being a well-traveled man, it’s essential that you learn how to effectively pack a bag. You don’t want to bring too much stuff, too little stuff, or have your stuff arrive in a crumpled messLuggage Limits - Airline Baggage Allowance Policies
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provides the baggage policies of over 90 airlines, based on your airline and trip route10 Days In a Carry-On - Slide Show - NYTimes.com
RT @clembastow: How to pack for a 10-day trip using only a carry-on suitcase: http://u.nu/6jdg9
Heather Poole, a flight attendant from Los Angeles, demonstrates how to pack enough for a 10-day trip into a single standard carry-on.
STEP ONE Folded clothing takes up too much space. Instead, Ms. Poole tightly rolls everything, which also minimizes wrinkling. This suitcase will hold three pairs of shorts, three pairs of dress pants, one skirt, three pairs of casual pants or jeans, three nightgowns, three bathing suits, one sarong, three lightweight sweaters, four dresses, 10 casual shirts, six dress shirts, a clutch, toiletries and two pairs of shoes. She’ll wear the third pair of shoes, as well as jeans and a longer sweater.