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The Differences between Men and Women when Packing for a Conference by Diana Flegal

When a Woman Packs:
Time Frame: 3 days to three hours
Considerations made concerning: clothing, make-up, hair, shoes, jewelry, purses, and costume choices for Genre night.
A # of Selfies taken and sent to various girlfriends or questions asked of the faithful spouse: Does this make me look fat?, What about these shoes with this outfit?, These earrings, or the last ones I showed you?
Note: When friend suggests she pack certain cute high heels, the conferee reminds them this conference is being held in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She will be needing hind’s feet for those high places.
All things electronic to keep themselves wired for the week, especially a selfie stick.
Extra things that go into the bag just in case: two more outfits than needed, and a few extra pens, earrings, and shoes.
When a man packs for the same trip:
Clothing: Two pair of pants, four shirts, and one pair of comfortable shoes.
Extra: One form of media connection/ one cord to charge that device, one note book, and two pens.
Time Frame: 20 minuets max.
NOTE: We realize there might be exceptions to these scenarios; please refrain from judgment, Ladies when upon realizing they had the liberty to take an extra day to consider their various items, might experience sweating and slight fevers. If these symptoms persist, seek a professional out at the conference for a 15 min. appointment, where you might receive advice for your next conference experience. Otherwise, feel free to move about the country.

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