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    Re: The Essentials?

    iHomes are great, I just have never used one.

    Joanna great pick up on a lot of that gear, I am going to try and consolidate my DVD's to those I need and I am not driving which will be difficult. is it tough to get by without a TV? i may buy one there but I am not sure.

    thanks everyone for the feedback, its making my packing much more simple. anyone have other input, is there something really random you bring? I am getting more excited as we get closer!
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    Re: The Essentials?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rico117 View Post
    iHomes are great, I just have never used one.

    Joanna great pick up on a lot of that gear, I am going to try and consolidate my DVD's to those I need and I am not driving which will be difficult. is it tough to get by without a TV? i may buy one there but I am not sure.

    thanks everyone for the feedback, its making my packing much more simple. anyone have other input, is there something really random you bring? I am getting more excited as we get closer!
    It isn't that tough to get by without a tv, but one or more of your roommates might bring one with them.
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    Re: The Essentials?

    The only dvd I am bringing is the Taebo one I got and maybe a Yoga dvd I pick up to watch on my laptop for a workout, everything else even the rare non-Disney dvd, you can rent at the Disney Learning Centers.

    Personally if you can pack your clothes with spacebags and a freezer bag as a closette for various goods like for me it is new underwear, socks and Kroger's Fitwater to go packets, that helps out. It might sound weird to do that BUT, it helps to keep things in a confined space. Also, I would suggest only bringing a few hangers when you first go down if you want to save space because you are going by plane, like myself. Worst comes to worst, you buy more at Walmart.

    If you are going by car, my ideas are not entirely the best for you then.
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    Re: The Essentials?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rico117 View Post
    well light colors help and definetly a light weight moisture wicking shirt of some sort.

    my preference is with under armour, amazing product that works great always. it can get pricey so there are wal-mart brands that do similar things but are not as good over periods of time.
    Funny you said that. Part of my DS Cast Clothing was Under Armour.
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