Big hint so you don't break your cabinets (especially if held together only by staples) ... heavy things low, light things high. For example, if you have cast iron skillets or cookware sets (e.g., Magma nested) or canned goods, get them low to reduce the bouncing impact whereas silicone collapsibles, plastic/paper ware, or chips and bread can be stored high. Remember that plastic tubs or bins with lids are your best friends! For us, each camper has a small laundry basket they use for packing and moving their stuff into the TT; these tubs often come in handy during the trip because they fit well into the floor's nooks-and-crannies during transit (keeping things from rolling and sliding) AND can be easily placed outside if they are in the way. Be creative and consider multi-use.
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