A growing body of research has shown that packing is the single most important tool in our lives.
With so many of us packing every day, we can be a bit careless about the way we pack ourselves, and if we pack too tightly, the packing could become a hazard.
A recent study by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which was supported by the National Institutes of Health, found that people who pack too loosely are more likely to suffer from injuries, like a dislocated shoulder, a sprained ankle, or a ruptured spleen.
A number of studies have also found that packing too tightly is associated with an increased risk of developing bladder, heart, and kidney problems.
This is a problem that has been addressed by many organizations, such as the National Packing Coalition, the National Home Furnishings Association, and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.
But the packing process itself is also an important part of a well-functioning home.
This article describes how to pack in the home, and why it is so important.