4 Of The Best Packing Hacks for Any Trip

People have been packing for years but these days there are a lot more efficient ways to do it. We’ve collected four of the absolute best and most unique hack’s we’ve found from all over the Internet. We’ve covered everything here from packing for your business trip to keeping your skivvies safe and keeping runs out of your pantyhose. Be sure and stay until the end where we’ve included a bonus video you may or may not have seen before. Happy Travel!

Bundle Packing

This hack is perfect for the business traveler who may need a few business items and something for casual downtime. Packing your suit jackets and tailored pieces in bundle style will prevent many of the wrinkles that usually occur for these items from rolling.

Clever Packing Hacks for The Ladies

This video by Anna Le had some fantastic hacks for packing your perfume and saving your expensive handbag to saving money on your Starbucks. Her hacks are a little different than the ones you’ll usually see about placing a piece of cling wrap over your toiletry bottles and rolling your t-shirts. I’m still not sure about that lemon hack but if you try it out, be sure and leave us a comment below about how it works for you.

Packing Shoes 

ahh… the dreaded shoe packing dilemma. Do I want dirt on my bras or my pant legs. For anyone who travels, where to place your shoes in your bag while keeping your clothes clean is a big question. I used to grocery or shopping bags myself until I discovered these little babies (pictured right) which are a great alternative to shower caps. You can also go to the hair supply store and use the multi pack of shower caps for deep conditioning your hair.

Packing the Dainty Items

The proper way to store and save your delicates is essential especially if you wear bras that have an underwire. Travel and Leisure has a great video to give you a few tips on packing these dainty items.


Be sure and check out our NEW Network TV video later on this month for what to pack in your carry on for the best travel experience.

Cover photo by Angela Franklin

Jamila Taylor

World traveler, strategic planner, stylist, and food enthusiast. Jamila loves to travel the world tasting new flavors, and exploring local cultures. When she's not traveling on her magic carpet she's helping small businesses through her boutique consulting firm, Enjoy the Day Consulting. Follow her travels @justjamila

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