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Got a quick question: What are some healthy meal ideas for a Nutrisystem diet? Many thanks for any answer or 2. My 2nd question... Quick question for you guys that travel often: I bought a couple of upright bags, 25" and 28", respectively. The set did not come with a garment bag. Is there a way of rolling a suit(s) for placement in an upright bag so that the wrinkling is minimized? Thanks..

BTW, this is what I mean:..

asked Apr 21 at 07:46

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an decent answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably know..

answered Apr 21 at 08:16

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When you get to the hotel, assuming they have a shower and hot water, just hang it and steam it...wrinkles should disappear..

Now, if that only worked on our wife's bodies..

*Smack* the sound of my wife beating me for that comment...

answered Apr 21 at 08:45

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I travel weekly on business and always wear my suit jacket on my flights and pack the pants...

answered Apr 21 at 08:54

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Julie
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*Smack* Fuzzie's wife smacking Steve for ruining yet another computer monitor..

I think it is time they invented a plastic cover for monitors to protect them from the coffee spewing all over them during joke reading periods..

Did you hear the one about......

answered Apr 21 at 09:32

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I will never forget the day my father said,.

"shopping bag,....or just looking?".

Bag=ugly woman for those of us slow on the uptake..

I laugh so hard every time I think of that line...

answered Apr 21 at 10:48

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Over the years my work has taken me all over the world.

And for weeks at a time..but due to luggage limitations,.

I needed to pack as lightly as possible and carry only.

Necessary items..

I have also done as.

Curryjunky.

Suggested;.

However, I fold my suit jackets first using tissue paper.

AND old plastic bags from the cleaners to do the following:.

1) Lay coat out flat with sleeves out to the side. Over lap.

The front halves to make it as square as possible..

2) Stuff the plastic up the sleeves..

3) Cover the front with a sheet of tissue or plastic..

4) Fold the sleeves over the front of the coat, one on.

Top of the other..

5) Fold the coat in half..

Then do either.....

6a) Place plastic or tissue on the half and fold into 1/3rds.

Or 4ths...depending on the size of the suit or case..

Place in botton of case..

6b) Place plastic or tissue on the half and roll up and tie.

Lightly with a piece of 1/2" ribbon (I use gift wrap ribbon)..

Any wrinkles, which should be minimal, can be steamed.

Out in the bathroom..

To save space (or make space):.

"Very Tightly" roll up all underwear and hold with rubber.

Bands. You can stick these rolls around the edges of the.

Bag or around other clothes to fill in spaces. Also, sports.

And dress shirts can be done the same way, and if rolled.

Up with plastic or tissue, the wrinkles will be minimal..

Sox can be stuffed into an extra pair of shoes..

Ties can be placed flat under the other items..

By doing this, in a bag such as you have pictured, I can.

Carry enough clothes for 2 weeks with no problem. But, I.

Do a lot of night time washing of underwear,sox, and shirts..

I wear for traveling:.

1 Blazer/pants/Casual shirt/boxers/T-shirt/sox/shoes.

I pack the following:.

1 suit.

2 pairs of pants.

1 pair of jeans.

3 pairs of boxer shorts (they take up less room than briefs).

3 T-shirts.

1 pairs sox.

2 Dress shirts.

1 Casual shirts (also used as dress shirt).

2 Handerchiefs.

2 ties.

1 extra pair shoes (casual).

Toiletries.

Plastic Rain coat /sm. Umbrella.

Woolite (for washing).

Good Luck and Good Traveling.....

answered Apr 21 at 11:11

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Pack anything you don't want to wrinkle in a dry cleaner plastic bag. Pack each item in a different bag and try to lay it as flat as possible..

Its something about the lack of friction between the layers of the material that keep wrinkles to a minimum..

Btw: packing everything as flat as possible also increases the amount you can fit into your suitcase. That means to open up & pack flat your underwear, socks, tshirts flat & then folded along the outer edge of the suitcase, etc. It works.....

answered Apr 21 at 12:40

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Thanks to all of yous for the input. I will probably take a Dryel bag with me as well...

answered Apr 21 at 13:03

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Don't know what a Dryel bag is, but I would recommend carrying your.

Suit in a separate tri-fold bag. They are relatively compact and can.

Go with you as a carry-on...

answered Apr 21 at 13:17

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Dryel makes a bag for dry clean only clothes that allows you to throw a suit or two in the bag w/ a damp cloth they sell. You put it in the dryer for 30 min and it take out most wrinkles and freshens the clothing. Since I'm taking 2 or 3 suits with me, maybe a tri-fold or a garment bag may be the way to go. Was trying to keep it to one bag but don't want to look like a bum, either...

answered Apr 21 at 13:33

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Nyctfl~ I know this isn't exactly what you asked,.. but a lot of hotels have irons for guests to use. you could either call ahead and ask if they do, or ask the clerk when you get there. they don't keep them in the rooms, but they will bring them if you ask...

answered Apr 21 at 14:06

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Thanks, Jewels. I'll have access to an iron but I'm not sure a wool suit can be ironed. Have any of yous tried to do so? What were the results?..

answered Apr 21 at 15:36

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