I had to spend the night in Jo'burg, and I took advantage of the big white bed and the floor to ceiling windows to take photos of my travel gear.
My carry-on toiletries, with the liquids in a separate clear container (I've never had a problem with not using a ziploc baggie).
In the pink bag I keep everything I need for in-flight comfort.
Electronic goodies: accessories and power for my camera, my iPod touch, and my external re-chargable batter, plus adapters.
My official stuff - I keep my passports and small items in the green wristlet - easy to locate and easy to take/keep out. The receipts folder has two internal pockets so I can separate work from personal expenses. The blue folder has a copy of my itinerary, contact info, a photocopy of my passport page, and stationary. The little pouch is filled with black safety pins, which I use as luggage locks.
More stuff to keep me happy, including reading material, my journal, first aid stuff, facial tissue (in the gray pouch), blister balm, and a plastic grip to carry bags.
My trusty Eagle Creek tote bag - I stapled tennis racket grip tape inside the straps to keep them from slipping, and this is where I keep a hankie, my wallet, business card cases, and my water bottle - and there's a slot on the back side so I can put over baggage handles.
I bring a neck pillow and eyeshades, a change of clothes (undies in the yellow pouch), and pouches for extra currency, a robe and flip-flops - basically everything I need if I get stuck somewhere, plus my phone, keys, and another hankie.
Stuff I keep permanently packed in my checked luggage: laundry bag, packing cubes, a pouch with various accessories, my larger-size toiletries, extra plastic tote, foldable ballet flats, travel towel, extra ziploc bags and bubble wrap, luggage straps, umbrella, sunglasses, meds and office supplies, Emergen-C, contact lens stuff, and a universal phone. I also sometimes pack a portable mosquito net.
And of course an extra foldable duffel bag for all the goodies I end up buying.