The Packing Book: Secrets of the Carry-On Traveler

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Ten Speed Press, 1998 - Travel - 237 pages
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Fully updated for the 21st-century traveler, this definitive packing guide will empower overpackers to throw down their brick-like suitcases and become carry-on pros. The Packing Book reveals the secrets of packing efficiently, with time-saving tips, techniques, and technologies. Packing consultant Judith Gilford describes her famed Bundle Method step by step, so that every carry-on hopeful can achieve wrinkle-free, space-saving perfection. This edition also addresses new carry-on security concerns and guidelines, including what you can and cannot take on the plane. Complete with packing checklists for every kind of journey, The Packing Book will prepare you for beach vacations, business trips, European excursions, and more-without leaving you weighed down, wrinkled, and weary. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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Review: The Packing Book: Secrets of the Carry-on Traveler

User Review  - Ada Wong - Goodreads

A few useful tips and good checklists to serve as packing launch pad, but overall didn't revolutionize my way of packing. Also a bit outdated. Read full review

Review: The Packing Book: Secrets of the Carry-on Traveler

User Review  - Pablo Greene - Goodreads

Simply a priceless book for smart travelers. How to pack everything into a single carry-on. I re-consult this book over and over. Read full review


Introduction Singing the Overpacker s Blues
Smart Luggage
Travel Gear

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About the author (1998)

JUDITH GILFORD, cofounder of Easy Going Travel Shop and Bookstore, is a packing expert who has given demonstrations and seminars throughout the country. Judith resides with her family in San Jose, California. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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