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This infographic from travel insurance experts Direct Travel charts useful information about how to pack a suitcase to get most in. Did you realize that on average women pack 50% more than they need? Let's seriously cut down on what we're throwing in our bags, ladies.

This infographic from travel insurance experts Direct Travel charts useful information about how to pack a suitcase to get most in. Did you realize that on average women pack 50% more than they need? Let's seriously cut down on what we're throwing in our bags, ladies.

Packing shoes and boots for travel can be a nightmare. Shoes are sometimes awkward sizes and shapes, and, if you place them heel down, very tall. Don't leave your shoe packing until the last minute. Select your shoes first so you can estimate how much space you need to leave available in your luggage.Remember: Pack shoes so that they help reinforce the edges of your suitcase and maximize space, and stuff shirts INSIDE your shoes!

Packing shoes and boots for travel can be a nightmare. Shoes are sometimes awkward sizes and shapes, and, if you place them heel down, very tall. Don't leave your shoe packing until the last minute. Select your shoes first so you can estimate how much space you need to leave available in your luggage.Remember: Pack shoes so that they help reinforce the edges of your suitcase and maximize space, and stuff shirts INSIDE your shoes!

Can it REALLY be done? NPR interviewed Doug Dyment, whose Web site www.onebag.com is devoted to the art of traveling light, says the key is to make a list in advance of what to pack and stick with it. I know I'm guilty of just tossing things in...but how often do we unpack once we get home only to realize we never wore half of what we brought?

Can it REALLY be done? NPR interviewed Doug Dyment, whose Web site www.onebag.com is devoted to the art of traveling light, says the key is to make a list in advance of what to pack and stick with it. I know I'm guilty of just tossing things in...but how often do we unpack once we get home only to realize we never wore half of what we brought?

Heather Poole, a flight attendant from Los Angeles, demonstrated how to pack enough for a 10-day trip into a single standard carry-on.Here's what she fit in her small carry-on:Three pairs of shortsThree pairs of dress pantsOne skirtThree pairs of casual pants or jeansThree nightgownsThree bathing suitsOne sarongThree lightweight sweatersFour dresses10 casual shirtsSix dress shirtsA clutchToiletriesTwo pairs of shoes

Heather Poole, a flight attendant from Los Angeles, demonstrated how to pack enough for a 10-day trip into a single standard carry-on.Here's what she fit in her small carry-on:Three pairs of shortsThree pairs of dress pantsOne skirtThree pairs of casual pants or jeansThree nightgownsThree bathing suitsOne sarongThree lightweight sweatersFour dresses10 casual shirtsSix dress shirtsA clutchToiletriesTwo pairs of shoes

Rolling a shirt can really save space when packing for a trip. Learn how to roll shirts in this free clothing care video. Make sure you smooth out the shirt BEFORE you start to roll, otherwise you'll have some perma-wrinkles. Start with the end that doesn't have the collar and roll it as tightly as possible.

Rolling a shirt can really save space when packing for a trip. Learn how to roll shirts in this free clothing care video. Make sure you smooth out the shirt BEFORE you start to roll, otherwise you'll have some perma-wrinkles. Start with the end that doesn't have the collar and roll it as tightly as possible.