Originally Posted by sbleiweiss
Two suggestions. Now that you have loaded once, make a checklist of the stuff you brought on (adding the stuff you missed and subtracting anything you find you didn't need after all). Buy stuff that can live on the RV so you don't have to "load" as much each time.
This is what we have done, right down to some clothing. It's gotten to the point now (after 30 years of owning campers) where packing for our trips consist of gathering up food, clothes, and discarding our worries.
I've found this makes it much easier to focus on important things like tire pressures, oil and coolant levels, and remembering the wallet.