How I pack in carry-on for 1-2 weeks (Productive! Show Video #32)

You can travel with only a carry-on luggage for a week and even 2-week long business trips. In this episode I'm showing you step by step how to prepare a packing list, what you need and how to pack it into one carry-on (and it only weights 10kg!):

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Posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 (productivity,video)

Jason
Apr 19, 2011 23:15
Just curious... why the gloves?
Michael Sliwinski
Apr 21, 2011 08:40
I've used gloves for fun - as a very "precise" thing to do to pack my bag I wanted to give it a "laboratory" feel to it... and also to avoid contact with my greasy hands :-) Why not? :-)
Kevin Waterman
Apr 22, 2011 10:04
As someone that has often packed like I was moving to my destination I found this incredibly interesting and informative. I think it's a leap of faith for those of us who overpack to just pack the things we need but having a well thought out list like you do is obviously a core part of the packing process.

Thanks for sharing the video and the Public Nozbe list.

Michael Sliwinski
Apr 23, 2011 19:46
I've also had this problem of packing too many things and now I'm happy to have a system to use only one carry-on for my travels. So light, so easy. Good luck Kevin!
STA
Jun 17, 2011 04:47
What is the light backpack you are packing in the video?
Michael Sliwinski
Jun 17, 2011 10:09

It is Samsonite B-lite bag 55cm. It is really good, sturdy and ultra-light.

STA
Jun 17, 2011 16:34
Thanks, but I was actually asking about the smaller black bag/bacpack you pack inside the Samsonite. (the Samsonite looks great too, but not sure if they sell it here in the US)
Michael Sliwinski
Jun 18, 2011 12:22
The backpack I pack inside the carry-on bag is a simple 200g light thing I got in Decathlon sports-stores. It costs 5 EUR in Europe. It's really good and handy.