We’re going to be staying at an Airbnb apartment during our time in NY. There won’t be a safe or a locker where we can store valuables like extra cash and our passports. What would you suggest we do?
The one odd little thing I always carry with me is a plastic “spork”, a multipurpose utensil that is part spoon, part fork, and has a serrated edge so it can used as knife.
There’s nothing quite like having the comforts of home with you while you’re traveling. My travel mug means I can cozy up with a cup of tea whenever I am feeling homesick.
The prospect of a special little space to call my own on all of those planes, trains and buses seemed like a non-negotiable. Behold, the sleep sack DIY for travel.
Those who enjoy camping can get truly creative when it comes to preparing for a trip, and here are a list of hacks that can help.
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.
Day 22 of our 30 Days project covers a few of the travel tools that might add a large amount of extra value to your travels. Choose your extras wisely.
Tired of sleeping on rock hard pillows, or using your backpack as a make-shift one instead? Kathleen provides a great alternative in this Nemo Fillow pillow review.
Whether it’s for saving money or being healthier on the road, most travelers will supplement their meals with a bit of hostel cooking. Here’s what Caroline recommends as must haves for this part of travel.
From relaxing to sleeping, this ENO hammock has your camping and outdoors adventures covered. Be sure to read the pros and cons in this ENO hammock review.
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.
The following camping must haves post has been written by Grace Sumrall, a self-proclaimed girly girl who has perfected her packing for the outdoors.