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What was going on this time in years past? 2014 Global Entry users, make sure you don’t fall victim to this rule. Another round of news stories has come out reporting that airlines are continuing their enforcement of policies regarding carry-on size. See my post on this along with three more carry-on bags within airline…

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The tale of the giant pillow

Friends, being pregnant can interfere with your packing plans. Now this may not have been everyone’s experience, but it was certainly mine. First, it was wondering if I would be able to lift my suitcase into the overhead bin. Then, it was checking my suitcase for a two day trip. And it all culminated with…

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Airlines Consider Charging for Oversized Carry-on Bags

According to a recent article on MSNBC, major airlines are considering charging for oversized carry-on bags. The idea would be to discourage passengers from bringing bags onto the plane that won’t fit in the overhead bin, with the fee around $25. Alaska Airlines is already doing this. (Pictured: Overpacking, courtesy of the Home Warrior.) The…

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