Two weeks of travel does not seem like a short trip, so you need to carry a lot of luggage, so how can you use one suitcase to pack two weeks of items?
1. Choose your luggage wisely
First of all, you need a perfect suitcase, the size of which is exactly the same as the size of hand luggage stipulated by your airline. Most airlines allow hand luggage to be roughly the same size, so you don't need to buy a different suitcase for each flight you take! In general, carry-on luggage should be tall and slender to maximize the size the airline will allow you to carry. In general, 55cm x 45cm x 25cm is actually quite large. It is enough for you to carry two weeks of travel items.
2. The weight of your suitcase
Some airlines have no weight limit for hand luggage, just require you to be able to fit it in an overhead locker. Other airlines do have a weight limit, usually 10kg, but in practice, they usually won't weigh your case unless it's really over a lot of weight.
3. How to pack your toiletries
When using luggage, you can only bring liquids in 100ml bottles. So you can use sub-bottles, put your toiletries in different sub-bottles, and label them so that you can carry them easily. If you have some solid toiletries, then you can use solid toiletries as much as possible. Of course, if you really can't bring enough toiletries, you can also buy them locally at your destination.
4. Take less shoes
Shoes are the biggest problem when traveling because they are so bulky! But in fact, you will find that you can wear the same pair of shoes all week. This means you don't actually need to pack a lot of shoes, which also helps you save space and weight.
When you try to streamline your items, you will find that it is actually very easy to pack items for two weeks in one suitcase.