Monday, August 21, 2017

Make Packing a Breeze Thanks to EatSmart's TravelWise Packing Cubes #TravelWise

In my traveling experience, I have to say I enjoy packing a lot more than unpacking.  When you first pack your clothes, everything is nicely folded and in the places you want it to be.  During your trip, the clothes in the suitcase get moved around as you search for exactly what you want.  In the end, your suitcase becomes a jumbled mess and it stresses me out.  My husband could care less about the state of the suitcase, but it bothers me.  Wouldn't it be nice to keep your clothes and belongings perfectly contained when you travel?



EatSmart is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative travel and health care products such as bathroom and kitchen scales that make life easier and more functional.  They recently unveiled their newest product which is guaranteed to make families everywhere smile when they travel. The TravelWise 5 Piece Packing Cube System is essential for kids and allows clothes to stay folded and neat when packed in their own "small drawers." You'll quickly notice that the cubes are fantastic for staying organized on both short and long travels and help avoid over packing.  

Constructed of lightweight, durable nylon, these multi-sized cubes allow you to compartmentalize similar items such as shirts, pants, swimsuits and toys to streamline packing.  The open mesh top makes searching for misplaced items a thing of the past.  Each family member can have their own individual set and color to choose from since there are 5 color choices.  The set comes in black, silver, lime green, red, teal, and purple and includes 1 small, 2 medium, and 2 large cubes.



We've been on the go a lot this summer and it seems like our suitcases and tote bags have gotten a true workout.  We're gearing up for our last trip of the summer on Saturday to stay overnight about an hour and a half away.  Packing is not something I enjoy but I power through it because I love to travel.  Between packing for myself and Scarlett, it's imperative to pack smart and organized.  I do have to admit that I do have a problem with overpacking, it's something I constantly struggle with.  Hey, a lady likes to have clothing options to choose from!

Since we're going away this weekend, the travel cubes came just in time and I was eager to use them to pack for Scarlett.  I like that there are different sizes depending on what you want to pack. For this trip, I only needed a small and medium cube since it was a short trip.  If we were going on an airplane to visit Grandma for an extended amount of time, I'm sure I'd need to use the large cubes too.

Scarlett has her own suitcase that I pack for her in whenever we travel.  Her cubes are lime green and full of fun and personality, just like her! For the smaller cube I packed her toiletries along with pull ups and wipes.  The medium cube many outfits and a pair of pajamas.  Scarlett's clothes fit perfectly in the cubes and were easily able to be zipped up and put in the suitcase.  There was even extra room on the side for me to pack a toy and a stuffed animal! Since everything was zipped up, there was no chance of anything shifting or moving in transit.

I like things as neat and tidy as possible and seeing everything so perfect in the suitcase made me extremely happy.  

Since I know exactly what's in what cube for Scarlett, there will be no guessing games or searching through a suitcase and disrupting the order.  This provides one less concern for me which makes me one happy mama.  When you're not using the cubes, simply fold them into each other and they all zip up conveniently and together.  Store them in a closet to use time and time again.  

I'm sure in the near future I'll be borrowing Scarlett's packing cubes and using them for myself. They are just too fabulous to resist.

The TravelWise Packing Cubes make an excellent gift for a frequent traveler or jet setter.  They'll absolutely love them! Keep the brand in mind for a future order for yourself or someone else.

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to EatSmart for providing a product sample in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own. 

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