Summer is here and like most out there, summer means family vacations to me. I think that when it comes to packing for any vacation I tend to go a little overboard and I end up not having enough room in the bags that I allocated for my supposed light packing. I really dont think that it has to do with me over packing, I think it is more of me just putting a little of this and a little of that in my suitcase with no real organization. Then it seems that, sure I may be able to pack my bags where everything fits on the way to my destination but when I arrive, everything is all wrinkled, then when it is time to pack everything back up and leave, I have to act like a magician in order to get the same items put back in the same bag and make them fit so I can close up my bag. I know that I am not the only one out there who has these issues either. I have plenty of friends and family who suffer from the same disorder of packing nice wrinkle free clothes, then end up with a clean mess, then when it is time to repack, having the issue of the shrinking bag. Recently I was sent a product that will make packing for me so much easier. I was sent the Packing Cubes from eBags. These cubes are designed to bring organization to luggage, which is something that I desperately needed, and they are made so that they fit right into your suitcases! I can put all of my shirts in one bag, pants in another, then my undergarments in another, fold all of my clothing nicely, fit them all in my suitcase with out a struggle, then once I am ready to unpack, the clothes that I carefully folded and placed in the Packing Cubes, come out nicely folded and unwrinkled! I love the Packing Cubes from eBags and the next time you are planning a trip, make the packing part a little easier by getting yourself and your family organized with some of the Packing Cubes from eBags as well!!
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