Packing Tips for Your Upcoming Trip

Hear how frequent flier Stacy Motenko keeps herself organized as she turns traveling with CF into a manageable affair.

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Dora Nagy
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Traveling nowadays is stressful enough without worrying about what to pack while away from home. And since we can't help you avoid delays, cancellations or that person behind you kicking your airplane seat, we can help relieve some of the stress you may feel about packing for your upcoming trip.

In this video, frequent flier Stacy Motenko, 28, shares some practical advice that she's picked up along the way to her destinations. Hint: rubber bands are your friends.

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Dora previously worked at the Foundation as a writer and editor. During her tenure, she loved to listen to others share their memories and experiences, and consumed storytelling in all of its different forms. She constantly looks for the uniqueness in everyone's story. Dora has a B.A. in communications from the University of Maryland, College Park, and an M.S. in public policy and administration from the London School of Economics. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Dora was raised mainly in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area where she currently resides today.

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