Eagle Creek: Get Organized When You Get Packing

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I love to travel but I don't love to pack. The folks at Eagle Creek have turned packing into an art form. No matter what kind of adventure you're planning: business, vacation, off the beaten path, weekend... Eagle Creek can help you get organized and get packing.

Eagle Creek doesn't just design and create incredible suitcases, but their website can teach you how to pack your suitcase and will even give you a packing check list for any kind of trip you're taking. So, let's say you're a mom traveling with two kids, on your own. I decided to give Eagle Creek a try and pressed the "outfit me" button on the home page to see what Eagle Creek recommends.

I selected a rolling, carry-on suitcase for casual clothes and was given a selection of four suitcases, each one lightweight and expandable. Then, I was shown options from Eagle Creek's famous "Pack-It System" - accessories to make your suitcase even more efficient. And this is where it really gets interesting.

Pack-It Cubes will organize t-shirts, pajamas, underwear and socks; zip it shut and it compresses. Cubes come in several sizes and five colors. You can get a different colored cube for each child and yourself (to keep those size 3T and 5T socks separate). Pack-It Folders, available in three sizes and five colors, are perfect for keeping shirts, pants and sweaters from wrinkling. The Pack-It Shoe Sack keeps shoes from getting other items dirty and the mesh material makes it easy to see inside.

I was also given some ideas from Eagle Creek's Necessities Collection. Eagle Creek knows that the smallest comforts make a difference when you are traveling. From travel pillows, compact blanket (that sounds awesome), tote bags and travel clock to security items like a money belt and business products like adapter sets, the necessities have you covered with all those important items you might forget you need.

Take a tour of how the traveling experts can help you get ready for your next trip and hit the "outfit me" button. Eagle Creek has a lot of helpful ideas.

Visit Elizabeth Leach on blogtownmom, her guide to kid style and Wee Westchester, a blog for parents living in Westchester.

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