She starts off with finding your packing personality - which, to be honest, I found a bit lame and like it was just a filler for the book. A lot of the book, to me, felt like filler - but then again a whole book on how to pack for some trips is a stretch. The Packing Timeline is fairly useful to help people feel organized over a period of seven days before leaving. She talks about the types of clothing you need and what to consider and planning outfits ahead. She provides removable packing lists at the back of the book.
The whole book seems a light touch on the whole topic - but
On the whole - would I recommend it? I would only recommend it if you are new to travel and are female and have to travel a lot for business. This would be great for that particular niche. For others, you may get tidbits from it. It does discuss the value of different types of carry-on cases etc so there is lots of basic stuff that would be good for newbies.
Please note that I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my review, however the opinions expressed are entirely my own.