Category: Travel products
Bumkins Zipper Reusable Snack Bags
While social distancing is a real thing currently, it doesn’t mean that your family isn’t finding ways to go for adventures this summer. All that adventuring can make kids (and grown ups) hungry though. Since so many of us are trying to limit our exposure to others that may mean bringing our own food along when we typically would opt for pit stop at a restaurant or cafe. Bumkins Reusable Snack Bags are perfect for on the go snacking!
PATCH Bamboo Bandages
PATCH is a natural alternative to wound care and perfect for those with sensitive skin.
PATCH was born when James Dutton noticed that while trying to protect his son’s adventure wounds his skin was in fact reacting badly to a common adhesive bandage and making the wound worse. James became motivated to find better alternatives when he found that Charlie wasn’t alone with his reactions.
Travel in Comfort with Headleveler’s Custom Travel Pillow
What I never imagined was a travel pillow that would be as good as the pillow that I use every night, but that is exactly what the Ortho-Cerv™ Headleveler™ custom travel pillow is. That is because it was made for my body and sleep habits!
Cape Town Pants are Essential for your Packing List
Headed on vacation? Then Cindy Karen’s Cape Town Pants are an essential item for your packing list. At just $78 they are effortless yet chic, and are the perfect on-the-go basic.
STEEPED COFFEE – Single Serve Coffee Brewed Similar to Tea
Steeped Coffee launched when serial entrepreneur and coffee lover Josh Wilbur decided to combine the convenience of a single-serving brew method with the premium quality of ethically sourced coffee.
4 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Vacation
Products were received from Airplus. Affiliate links may be used in this post. It’s that time of the year – whether you’re heading to the…
5 Ways to Ensure Your Travel Backpack is More Than Your Average Backpack
When it comes to traveling, I like to travel as light as possible, but I also want to make sure that my clothes are wearable…
Travel Safety & Security Tips from the Live Secure Safety Squad + Giveaway
Three Different Directions was compensated for writing this post as part of Master Lock’s Live Secure Safety Squad. All opinions are those of the writer. Having…
Travalo Excel Makes Traveling with Your Favorite Perfume a Cinch
Travalo is a line of no-spill, easy to use refill sprayers that use an internal pump to transfer perfume from a larger bottle to a…
Personalizing Travel Accessories with Vinyl Layered Monograms
Many credit cards and all U.S. passports issued after 2006 (plus some other ID cards, such as workplace IDs and some state drivers licenses) contain radio frequency identification (RFID) chips that broadcast personal information. They are constantly transmitting and thieves that have an RFID reader can capture that information just by walking by you. That’s right, even if the credit card or passport is in a bag or a purse they can get that information, and the only way they can’t is if you block that signal.