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5 Helpful Summer Vacation Packing Tips

5 Helpful Summer Vacation Packing Tips

5 Helpful Summer Vacation Packing Tips

Summer is such a fun time to take a vacation … but it’s not as fun if you have to debate between bringing an extra dress or another pair of shoes. With those types of decisions, packing can be stressful. But don’t worry. If you follow these 5 Helpful Summer Vacation Packing Tips, you’ll be able to pack everything you want — and still have room for souvenirs too.

You can read the full post at Drugstore Divas (just click the link to head over to the post). If you have any summer vacation packing tips, we’d love to hear them in the comments.

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Lisa Sokolowski

Lisa Sokolowski, is still getting back to real life after spending a couple weeks in Japan this summer. You can currently find her in the kitchen trying to recreate her favorite foods from vacation; helping brides-to-be plan their weddings at her blog A Bride On A Budget {http://abrideonabudget.com}; blogging at her lifestyle blog Drugstore Divas; or just starting out the window, planning her next excursion out of North Carolina.

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(5) Comments

  1. Elizabeth O.

    That’s true, packing can be a pain most of the time. Thanks for the tips! These are really helpful.

    1. Lisa @ Drugstore Divas

      You’re welcome Elizabeth. My favorite tip is to roll your clothes. I do it every vacation and it makes such a difference.

      What tips would you have added to my post?

      1. Dawn McAlexander

        I roll my clothes, too. It helps keep your clothes from wrinkling and also seems to save a lot of room. I have some of those nice packing cubes to put everything in, in my suitcases. They are super handy.

  2. victoria

    Yes Packing was really difficult and when it comes to make an decision to bring an extra dress, it is really hard for me. Thank you for these helpful tips,

  3. Melissa

    I have been rolling my clothes to pack them since I was a Girl Guide as a kid.


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