February 9, 2013 by admin

I wish I was a gifted packer but alas I am not.  I can pack quickly but it doesn’t look pretty.  If it were up to me, I’d just transfer this pile directly to my suitcase.

Diptic(2)Volia! Packing complete.
But the hubby likes things nice and neat, so these little packing cubes are our marriage saver when we travel.

They look neat in a suitcase. They keep things organized. But I can still stuff them however I like.  So everyone is happy-especially when we share a suitcase.  Something tells me I’ll be getting more of these for Valentine’s Day.  (If only they sold these at Tiffanys then hubbys everywhere might linger longer in the sparkly aisle)  Does anyone else use cubes like these?  Any favorites?

(Ps. this is my Photo Friday entry on Deliciousbaby where you’ll see some beautiful travel photos this week from some awesome bloggers.)


  1. Sonja Key says:

    I’ve never used them. I don’t think the stuff would stay in them for long because I think once I pulled stuff out I would never take the time to put it neatly back in.

  2. eckids says:

    I think that’s how I’ll foil the hubby’s system too Sonja:) Love it! Thanks!

  3. Tracy says:

    We embraced packing cubes a couple of years ago. They are fantastic and I find they are also good because they set a shopping limit – once the cube is full you either need to stop shopping or cull. I can usually manage to cull all our clothes into those cubes … but actually managing the 3D challenge of getting them to fit into the packs with all the other various possessions … that’s a challenge I completely fail at. Our system is I find the stuff and shove it in the cubes (and often hubby repacks it neater!) and then my husband actually packs it into the bags.

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