Personal Care, Travel Tips

Taking The Stress Out of Travel

Whether you suffer from motion sickness, anxiety, or any other travel-related ailments, there is no arguing that travel can be a less-than-comfortable experience. If you tend to be a nervous traveler, there are things you can do to mitigate that stress. The next time you experience turbulence, think about sleeping in a bed that isn’t yours, or just generally worry …


Personal Care

Essential Skin Care Products For Flights To Aid the Frequent Flyer

Flying is amazing. You can board a machine on one continent and climb off on another, just a few hours later. In order to be an avid traveler in our modern world, you really have to embrace the skies. The drawback? A smattering of muscle cramps, motion sickness, and dry, stale air. I think every traveler will agree that the …


Safety Accessories For Solo Travel: What Should I Bring With Me?

Traveling is a fantastic hobby that is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. Solo traveling, specifically, can help you to get in touch with who you are. It can help you to discover strengths, interests, and priorities. It is absolutely something that everyone should experience at least once in his or her life. Solo traveling can feel …

Accessories Every Traveler Should Have Regardless of Experience

Whether you are traveling by car or by plane, domestically or internationally, for a few days or for weeks at a time, there are a few accessories every traveler should have at the ready. These items will help make your life easier during transport, and at your final destination. Store them in your suitcase when they are not in use, and …

How To Pass Time During A Long Layover

Layovers are sometimes an irritating necessity during travel. Arriving at the airport and boarding a plane, then deplaning a short time later only to repeat the entire boarding and flying process a second time can make even a seasoned traveler a little crazy. Since terminals across the globe are largely similar, layovers generally represent dead time. You are not getting …

Gear To Prevent Heatstroke This Summer

In case you hadn’t noticed, there is a pretty significant heat wave plaguing the United States right now. It almost reached 100 degrees in New York City at the beginning of July. Los Angeles had power outages due to the high temperatures. But while a heat wave may sound like a great excuse to run through the sprinkler and consume …

Liquid-Free Travel Items To Make Travel Easy

If you have gone through TSA at all over the past decade, you are probably familiar with the 3-1-1 rule. That rule states that travelers can only carry-on liquids that fit into 3oz containers. Additionally, containers must fit in one quart-sized plastic bag. Plus, there is a limit of one plastic bag per traveler. Not only that, you actually have …

Eco-Friendly Travel Ideas For Summer 2018

World travel is a fantastic hobby, but the associated waste can make the environmentally conscious among us crazy. Whether it is the disposable cutlery, water bottle purchases following TSA screenings, or disposable shopping bags, a lot of garbage can be generated from just a few days away from home. If you want to keep your exploratory habits, but also want …

Travel Workout Gear To Keep You Fit

Keeping fit is a lifestyle. It involves eating right, exercise, and plenty of sleep. Every day presents an opportunity to do and be your best. But when you are traveling, it can be difficult to maintain your regular activity schedule and workout goals are quickly abandoned. Hitting a yoga studio for a sunrise flow class can be difficult when your …

The Best Sunglasses For Your Summer Adventures

It’s summertime! Which means the days are longer and the weather is better. If you plan on spending any time outdoors over the next few months, make sure that your eyes are protected with a good pair of sunglasses. There is no need to squint into the sun when you are rocking a pair of tinted shades. So find the …