The Mori Guide to Sensational Stocking Stuffers

Child eating cookies near stocking


Have you ever received a stocking stuffer or Secret Santa gift that knocked your socks off? Yeah, neither have we.

Stocking stuffers often get a bad rap. Overshadowed by shiny new bikes and big screen HDTVs, the gifts hanging from the fireplace just can’t seem to compete with the big box items under the tree. But that doesn’t mean you can’t turn a small token of affection into something mighty special. Here’s our list of some classic items and incredible gadgets that will make for amazing stocking stuffers this holiday season.


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How to Pack for a Family Vacation

How to Pack for a Family Vacation - Mori Luggage

Packing for one person can already be a challenging proposition. Factor in packing for your spouse and kids, and possibly the dog, too, and you’ve got a full-fledged mess on your hands! But don’t worry, we have some great tips and tricks passed down from mothers, fathers, and traveling experts on how to pack for the whole family.

Good luck and have a safe trip!

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What Your Luggage Says About You: Thanksgiving Edition

First Thanksgiving

In case you weren’t aware, Thanksgiving is the busiest travel holiday of the year. Over the course of the six day travel period, more than 43 million people will travel by plane, train, or automobile to see their loved ones. And, along with a hearty appetite, they’ll also carry with them a wide selection of luggage!

Did you know that a person’s luggage can tell you how they will be spending their Thanksgiving Vacation? If you’re hosting a house full of people, or if you catch yourself people watching during a layover, our latest guide will provide a little insight into your guests or fellow travelers. Here’s a look at what your luggage says about you at Thanksgiving!

Safe travels and bon appetite!

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