Title: Trip Packing List -- What to Take on Your Vacation
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Trip Packing List -- What to Take on Your Vacation
by Debbie Overstreet and Susan Daniel

Packing for a trip can be a hassle. You're afraid of forgetting
something or it won't all fit. Here's a great packing list.

Clothes -- Use a "mix-and-match" philosophy. Pick out two basic
colors such as black and grey. Then pick out three colors with
which to accessorize such as white, pink, and royal blue. Don't
forget a jacket and/or swimsuit (and related items) if needed.


Shoes and Socks/Hosiery --You will need business shoes (if a
business trip), sneakers for working out, walking shoes, and
heels for evening. Also include house slippers for walking around
the hotel room. Bring socks for your sneakers, and hosiery for

Accessories -- Scarves and jewelry can make the same outfit look
totally different the next time you wear it. Be sure to pack
different looks.

Cosmetics/Toiletries -- If you travel often, you may want to buy
two of all your cosmetics and toiletries so that you never have
to pack this again. Include makeup, hair products (including
brush/comb), personal hygiene products, toothbrush/toothpaste,
deodorant, razor, lotion, and perfume.

Medicines -- A sleep aid is a good one to take along, as well as
an antacid.

Misc. Items -- These include an umbrella, camera, book, cell
phone charger, beach items (if appropriate, including beach
towels, sunscreen, sunglasses, chairs, rafts/surf boards/boogie
boards, cooler, flipflops, hat, bag).

Packing the right gear can mean the difference between having a
bad trip and a great trip!

Copyright  2005 Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet

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