Check out these medicinal and homeopathic hacks you can find at home or while traveling, which could leave you feeling better without a trip to the pharmacy.
We sensitive travelers are more prone to anxiety and depression, and our bodies are also sensitive, making migraines, skin problems, and stomach issues more commonplace.
As a frequent traveler, I get sick of airplane and airport food quite easily. The more I travel, the more I’ve started bringing my own meals and healthy snacks.
Never heard of coconut oil? You’re missing out. This all natural product has a thousand or so uses for the female traveler! Read on for coconut oil uses.
Flissy travels for yoga quite regularly, so we thought she would be an excellent resource for all things relating to travel yoga mats. See her top recommendations in this post.
From Diva Cups and sea sponge tampons to bamboo clothing and Lush Cosmetics – Caroline puts together a post of some of the best eco-friendly travel products.
Wet towels, swimsuits and clothes just hand-washed on the road are best left to dry on a Rick Steves braided laundry line. Read more about Diana’s one little thing.
Day 20 of our 30 Days project covers the health and hygiene packing considerations a woman on the road may need. From tampons to hand sanitizer to a sleep sheet.
Day 19 of our 30 Days project will explore the possibilities that may go into your essential travel medical kit. As all travels and travelers vary, so will a person’s medical kit.
Day 18 of our 30 Days project produces the essential travel beauty kit that every female traveler may need. Just remember that less is more when traveling.