A savvy way to pack for an extended trip

Bob Sirott

In this Friday, July 12, 2013 photo, retired U.S. Navy Capt. Thomas Hudner, who was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Truman, talks with his wife Georgea while packing his luggage at his home in Concord, Mass. Two years after he made history by becoming the Navy’s first black pilot, Ensign Jesse Brown lay trapped in his downed fighter plane in subfreezing North Korea, his leg broken and bleeding. His wingman crash-landed to try to save him, and even burned his hands trying to put out the flames. A chopper hovered nearby. Lt. j.g. Hudner could save himself, but not his friend. Hudner heads to Pyongyang on Saturday, July 20, 2013 with hopes of traveling in the coming week to the region known in North Korea as the Jangjin Reservoir, accompanied by soldiers from the Korean People’s Army, to the spot where Brown died in December 1950. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Often times we tend to over pack because we think we need more clothes or shoes, or “what happens if I lose my hairbrush? I’ll just bring an extra one..” Marianne Murciano, Founder of Savvy-Planet, joined Bob Sirott to talk about efficient ways to pack for an upcoming trip using just your carry-on luggage.

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