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Vacation with Simplily

Hi Neighbors!!

I am so excited to share with you about how Simplily helped make our trip to Pigeon Forge a breeze. I received several pieces from Simplily to include on our trip and let me tell you we used almost all of them.

I used the Large Travel Weekender as an overnight bag on our first night of the trip.  It was so much easier to just grab one bag that had everything for the night.  I packed the Hanging Travel Organizer bag in there as well, so I was ready to go. I used it mainly for my shower and bathroom supplies.  We were gone 12 days, so I did not want to bring everything inside for just overnight.

Hanging Travel Organizer bag.

As you can see above the Hanging Travel Organizer bag has a hook at the top, so I hung it up in the bathroom in the cabin and had everything right where I needed it.

I used the Hanging Jewelry and Accessories Travel Organizer Case for my jewelry and hair clips.   This bag also has a hook for hanging for easy accessibility.  After filling it, I slid it right in the overnight bag.  I love the paisley print!!

Overnight bag packed, including jewelry case.

I  used the Insulated Mini Cooler Backpack the entire week of the convention to carry my camera because it was slightly padded and of course insulated.  I added a couple small snacks, my blood glucose kit, a bottle of water in the side pocket and my wallet.  I attached my media id on the outside of the pack.  It was the perfect way to use the backpack.  I did not have to carry my purse and camera bag, I just combined them in the mini backpack.
Carried it to Ober Gatlinburg.

Over my shoulder at NQC 2019.

You will be hearing more about Simplily in our upcoming Holiday Gift Guide!!  Be sure to keep an eye out and follow them on their social media.
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Thanks for stopping by today, where neighbors share!! See you all soon!!


andrea v said…
I really like the hanging travel organizer. That would be so helpful when traveling and keep my items organized instead of a gallon bag.

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