The roller will stand by this packing strategy! Rolling every pair of pants, shirts, sweaters, you name it, its being rolled! Usually this tip is either passed on or read about and sounds good enough to try it at least once. Next thing you know you've become a "roller" packer. The idea is that rolling clothing in a suitcase will lessen the amount of wrinkles when you unpack and save a ton of space in your suitcase. Sounds like its worth a try, right?
Most people have experienced this at least once in their travels. Sometimes it's just too hard not to because it's better to have more options than not enough! Travelling can lead to unexpected activities, so maybe it's better to have that one extra t-shirt, or shorts, or BOTH! The over-packer wants to be prepared to have anything that comes in their way.
The Last Minute Master
No time for organized piles and checklists. This Last minute packer will most likely be seen running around the house throwing anything and everything that seems appropriate into a suitcase and hoping for the best. Caution: if you're roommates with a last minute master, be prepared to share an outfit or two!
The Efficient Packer
This packer thinks rolling their clothes is a weak trick. They prefer to use far more advanced packing methods. From putting socks in shoes to belts in collared shirts, they know it all and more!
The name says it all! You have your outfits all put together in your suitcase and they're organized by day. When you get to the hotel all you need to do is pull them out and place them in a drawer, because we already know that an organized packer wouldn't be living out of a suitcase!