No more sore neck and sleepless nights. I finally slept on an overnight flight after I found my travel pillow soulmate.
I’m a stalker. Oh, not of people, but of their shoes. I am constantly on the hunt for comfortable travel shoes and am not above reading the labels on people’s shoes to try to track down a similar pair.
After the great Champagne Glass Debacle, I swore off backpacks unless long hikes made them necessary. Until now.
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“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world,” Marilyn Monroe said. I don’t know about conquering it, but I do know the right shoes are key to seeing the world. The struggle to find the right shoes is real.
You want to take a swim in the ocean, but can’t leave your camera unattended. Or you’re in a hostel, coffee shop, at a festival or on a train and you want to protect your valuables.
It happened again. I got sick after a trip, probably from touching something on the airplane. I use wipes, but I either forget to take them or they are yucky and dried out. And I’ve never liked the feel or smell of hand sanitizer.
While some celebrities wear these hydrating eye and skin masks on airplanes, I waited until my husband was out to apply mine gently to my face. Like self-tanning and mud masks, this process needed no witnesses.
I drink carbonated water every day, but don’t love hauling the heavy cans home where they take up a lot of space. I decided to give the SodaStream Fizzi One Touch cordless sparkling water maker a try.
When I look back on some of my more memorable gifts they include a cheese…