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Three-minute Audio Tips on Being an Almost Perfect Packer

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Click the player above to hear the 3-minute Audio PostCard on Packing Tips!

We think how you pack is just as important as what you pack, and experienced packers know that to travel well, is to travel lightly.

If images of jumping on your suitcase as your partner quickly snaps the locks shut, or sitting on the thing while you’re doubled over tying the straps are your version of packing, then this Audio PostCard on Packing  on how and what to pack is for you.

The New York Times article on packing  quotes an American Airlines captain as saying he always travels with laundry soap and especially food that he carefully wraps in plastic baggies which he tucks inside his shoes.

It’s true. But my favorite is this: If you pack it, then  you carry, pull or lug it.

And the peripatetic Rick Steves has lots of tips, specifically for  men and women, and some wise safety ideas.

In the meantime Enjoy the Audio PostCard on Packing

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