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Do you need a vacation? I know I do! Technically, I’m getting a vacation next week, since I’ll be taking off a week after my surgery. Not exactly the fun getaway I had in mind though! I want a vacation to an exotic land! A week at the beach! A break from my crazy schedule! A week laying in bed because I want to lounge, not because I can’t move!
Atlantic Luggage Spring Sweepstakes: Win a Trip for 4!
If you’re lucky enough to be going on an actual family vacation, why not pick up some new luggage to celebrate the occasion? I absolutely love luggage. I know, I’m amused by the oddest things. See, while I can’t stand packing a house for a move, I love packing suitcases. In fact, I started packing like a month before my trips! Seriously! I “practice pack” to see how much room I have and how much more I can add.
If you want affordable yet totally durable and stylish luggage, you can’t go wrong with Atlantic Luggage. They have several collections to make luggage shopping easy. My favorite is the Lumina® Ultra® Lite 2 collection. I’ve actually used a piece from this collection and it’s fantastic! It’s so lightweight and versatile, yet you can fit a TON of stuff in it! Okay, so maybe not a literal ton, but I managed to fit two drawer’s worth of clothes, plus my toiletries and other items.
The Atlantic Luggage Lumina® Ultra® Lite 2 collection is incredibly affordable, yet so stylish that it satisfies your inner fashionista. The adjustable hold straps keep your clothes from shifting all over the place. With handles that allow you to carry it upright or sideways or a handle to roll it on its wheels, it’s easy to maneuver through crowded airports.
When Atlantic Luggage says “lightweight” they mean it! Even fully packed, the luggage is easy enough for me to carry on my own. I have back problems, so this is incredibly important. Atlantic Luggage comes in fabulous colors and styles that the whole family will love.
Are you planning a family vacation this summer? Tell me where you’re going so I can live vicariously through you!