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17 Packing Charts To Help You Prepare For Your Next Trip

17 Packing Charts To Help You Prepare For Your Next Trip

Here are 17 photos that will help you pack and prepare properly for your next trip. This includes picking the right luggage size according to the length of your trip, carry on luggage sizes for 150+ airlines, how much underwear to pack and lots more.

Check it out below.

1. Pick the luggage size that’s perfect for your trip.

2. Make sure you know the carry-on dimensions allowed by the airline you’re traveling with.

This link contains the luggage allowance of more than 150 plus airlines

 3. Find an answer to the age-old question of how much underwear to pack.

4. Beware of those dreaded luggage weight restrictions.

5. And definitely don’t forget about TSA’s rules for packing liquids.

Containers with no more than 3.4 oz of liquid go in a 1-quart, see-through bag, and only one bag is allowed per carry-on (aka, the 3-1-1 rule).

6. Figure out if you really need what you’re about to pack.

If you haven’t used the item the last 10 times you packed it, you probably won’t need it this time.

7. Become the light packer you desire to be in just five simple steps.

Pick a few staple pieces and ones that are easy to dress up or down, and you’re good to go.

8. Use this ~pretty~ packing pyramid to avoid over packing for shorter trips.

9. Fit 30 days’ worth of items into just one carry-on and a backpack.

Pack clothing that can easily be layered. And, instead of packing books that’ll take up space, use your phone or tablet to read from online sources.

10. Master these space-saving tricks and folds.

12. Distribute the weight in your suitcase like a pro.

Heavier items like shoes should go along the walls of the suitcase, while lighter items like makeup bags and toiletries should be placed on top.

13. And don’t forget about the weight in your backpack.

Items you’ll need at night should be at the very bottom of your backpack, but light clothing items should go toward the top.

14. Be prepared when you travel with a pet.

Keep an ID tag on your pet with your contact information in case your pet gets lost.

 15. Pick the correct plug adapter for overseas travel.

16. Make sure you know exactly what you can’t take on a plane.

Do your homework on items that aren’t allowed on the plane for a smooth security screening.

17. And polish it off with this list of do’s and don’ts.

Remember to pack essentials like medication — just because you’re traveling doesn’t mean you stop taking care of yourself!

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