I broke my ankle during a roller derby practice. Despite this, I was determined to have a good time in Hawaii, even while traveling with an injury.
Traveling on your period can be a pain. In her Thinx period panties review, Cait tells us why these absorbent undergarments are a must-have item for travel.
I recently learned about a product called Travelan, which is used to actually prevent travelers’ diarrhea before it starts. It is the newest addition to my travel medical kit
A lot of dirt and a lack of showers! If that’s what comes to mind when you think of camping or festival going, then you may want to bookmark this post. Here’s how to stay clean outdoors.
Essential oils can help ease ailments with natural solutions. Caroline shares with us how to travel with essential oils and her essential oils packing list.
Packing can get tricky if you wear contacts. Traveling with contact lens solution provides another liquid to worry about, along with concerns of restocking on the road.
Traveling on your period can be a real hassle but it shouldn’t stop you from going and having fun. Here’s our guide to managing your period while traveling.
Do you travel with medications? It can make travel a little tough, but with these tips for packing medications when you travel, your trip should be easier.
Save space in your luggage and cut down on liquids with concentrated shampoo. We’ve put together a list of the best concentrated shampoo for travel.
A trend has started called the No Poo Method, which eliminates shampoo altogether. This can help travelers to travel with one less liquid in their luggage.
Lucy explains why the one little thing she can’t travel without is coconut oil. She tells us how versatile it is and how many things she’s used it for.
Jacqueline loves her Rainwater Botanicals natural deodorant for travel because it keeps her skin moisturized and it’s easy to pack in her carry-on bag.