As a woman, the struggle is all too real.
Travelers with allergies may need to skip certain dishes and restaurants, but you can still enjoy yourself with the right preparation and a few of these tools.
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.
I never leave the house without a pack of tissues. When I travel I take at least two packs with me.
Travel immunizations may be costly, but you also don’t want to come down with a tropical disease and find your trip over before it began. Read the pros and cons inside.
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.
A better way to carry laundry detergent: laundry sheets! These act as laundry detergent, fabric softener and anti-static in one.
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.
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.
Ever wonder about keeping clean and fresh when attempting the Appalachian Trail? Bri Leahy shares a routine for personal hygiene while long-distance backpacking that can help!