1. Store shoes in a shower cap. realsimple.com 2. Keep pairs of earrings together with a button. thetravelwriterslife.com 3. Invest in a Napper. yankodesign.com WANT. 4. And a portable outlet splitter. amazon.com Outlets are worth their weight in gold in crowded airports or bus stations; this is the fastest way to win friends and become master of your domain. 5. And a Knee-Defender Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF gadgetduck.com People in front of you won't be able to recline with this handy (and kind of anti-social) gadget. 6. And a vacuum-packing suitcase. yankodesign.com Available here. 7. If you don't want to spring for a new suitcase, find out how to pack the one you have most efficiently. seventeenthandirving.blogspot.de Directions here. 8. Roll up your clothes in bundles and secure them with elastics. reddit.com They'll be wrinkle-free and you'll be sure to have enough underwear for the length of your stay. 9. Use empty pill bottles to store small amounts of hair products and lotions. maddeeshawbeautyblog.blogspot.com 10. Pill bottles can also hold Q-tips. maddeeshawbeautyblog.blogspot.com Or pretty much any other small toiletry you'd want to keep in one place (heyyy bobby pins). 11. Plastic wrap over the opening of toiletries helps prevent leaking. selectstudyabroad.com 12. Keep your shirt collars neat and your belts from uncoiling in one fell swoop. i.imgur.com 13. Ensure your necklaces are tangle-free by threading them through straws. prettymethis.com 14. Pack your flatiron, even if it's still warm, in a potholder. yourcreativejuices.blogspot.com Directions here. 15. Binder clips will keep your razor heads secure. pinterest.com 16. Use a closet storage shelf to keep folded items neat. solutions.com Available here. 17. Don't forget a snack or you'll be wicked cranky. pmkcrafts.blogspot.com Store food in a clean art-supply box for maximum variety. (Plus it'll be way cheaper [and probably more delicious] than anything you can buy in transit.) 18. Pool floaties will keep your wine bottles intact. realsimple.com What, you don't travel with two bottles of wine in your suitcase? AMATEUR. 19. On that note: you can pack mini bottles of booze in your carry-on. cntraveler.com As long as you're over 21 and they abide by TSA size regulations, according to Condé Nast Traveler. 20. And remember, it's always easier when you have a friend help. imgur.com 21. instagram.com 22. imgur.com Safe travels!