Peek into a reliable travel agent’s gear and you’ll likely find a modern survival kit: spools of cords, pouches of various sizes, bandages, and motion sickness medication. Lucky if you have someone else to lug around things you may have forgotten to pack. But if you're
Having a variety of plugs is always useful, as electrical outlets tend to vary in different parts of the world. While your hotel might be able to provide you with the necessary electrical accessories, it's best to have your own set so you don’t waste precious travel time looking for electrical accessories.
After packing all the things you bought on your trip, you may want to weigh your luggage before heading to the airport.
No one wants to admit it, but bathing in the winter can be a drag. On days that it might be far too cold to wash your hair, or whenever you want to preserve a blowout, use
Avoid having a snake pit in your bag by bringing woven or braided charging cords, which don’t get tangled up into a messy ball of knots.
A power bank that requires constant charging defeats its purpose, so shop for one with a battery that will last for more than a day.
Use a lint roller to free your coat of wool
Keep your gadgets in waterproof pouches while on a boat transfer, as water can sometimes get in the boat when waves are strong.
If you’re venturing into a city that has a reputation for theft, bring a Pacsafe bag with you. Its outer material is durable enough not to be slashed by expert pickpockets. It also has
Having a pair of earphones plugged in will keep a talkative seatmate from engaging you in conversation during a flight. Do this when you are exhausted from work travel. If not, be open to some friendly chat. Sometimes, talking to a stranger on a plane can be better than in-flight entertainment.
Don’t rely on your mobile phone for everything. When