Pack for Weeks in a Carry-on

You will be able to take for 16 day trip keep three formal night outfits, dressy shoes to match and a different outfit each day.
Airlines allow restrictions for luggage taken in just a small 21 inch carry on. 21lb (9.53kg) exceeds many international airline carry-on weight restrictions in 2017. You are allowed 100ml bottles.
If you change airlines the lower limit usually applies so best to check and take.

This is an amazing technique I found form our friend’s comments use plastic foil for each garment to minimize wrinkling in clothes.
You can put some things into shoes to use space like socks.
If you unpack every day. But if you travel for a week for work & are in a different hotel every night or two, this will be too much work.

Divide packing and folding in parts. Packing cubes are good for casual trips, this method is much better for packing nice / business clothes.
Use space saver bags. Fit 7 complete outfits of warm clothes.
For winter vacation you can pack the same method regardless of weather and adjust layers according to temperature changes.
3 layers, and then Jacket are typical keep packing light, it is good to have Omni-Heat thermal reflective clothing. They are light in weight.:)

 

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2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

Amazing, art and drones creativity.
2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony PyeongChang, South Korea 🙂

How Much Does It Cost to Live Healthier Each Month in Singapore

Simple life is always the beautiful and healthy. 🙂

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Cities Around the World with the Healthiest People

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Nostalgic Vigan: Of Wooden Mansions and Cobblestone Streets of Yesterday (Part 2)

Amazing, “Historical moments”.

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One of the treasured Filipino traditions of Pasko (Christmas) is the daygon, or caroling. Children, teens, adults, or even the elderly, whether singly or in groups, approach a residence and sing beautiful Christmas songs. After a song or two, the household rewards the performers with money, food, clothes, or other items. Listening to these gentle melodies on the second floor of a Spanish bahay na bato must be a totally awesome experience.

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Story Telling With Food

Wonderful Way to try new food. 🙂

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Storytelling with Food

Some of you know that I had this wonderful opportunity to speak at a ‘CTPPA (Connecticut Professional Photographers Association)’ about food photography recently. “Tell Your Food Story Stunningly” was the topic I chose to package my knowledge and experience with food photography and deliver to a group of very talented and accomplished photographers. The amazing response I received during and after the program encouraged me to create a few posts on some of the key aspects of food photography I covered during the session. Here’s the first one and it is very close to my heart.

Storytelling is the an essential component of any form of art, and food photography is no exception. It took a few years for me to understand the importance and value behind storytelling. I believed for a long time that beautiful props made impressive images. I used to amass fancy props like crazy even before…

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