Once you’ve finished hand-washing your travel wardrobe, you need to learn the various ways of drying clothes without a dryer – which is great for saving money or time when on the road.
Some of us are blessed with thick hair, others with thin hair, some curly and some straight, but mine happens to be oily. Here are a few packing essentials if you, like me, have oily hair.
Wysi Wipes can be used as a wash cloth while traveling, as a dish cloth while camping, as an on-the-go sponge bath in the Bangkok airport at 2 AM, for first aid, for general cleaning and probably a million and one other things.
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.
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.
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.
Madison flies long-haul every year to South Africa, and the one little thing she can’t travel without would be baby wipes! Read on to find out why baby wipes are a top travel companion.
Worried about unsafe drinking water on your travels? Considering taking a water purifier, filter or tablets? Read about different water purifiers for travel in this post.
Bri asked us a great question about how long travel sized deodorants last, and here is what the HPL community had to say. In short: It lasts a couple of weeks.