It’s one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself, but sometimes sleep evades us, especially when flying. It’s essential that I pack items to help me sleep on planes, and I’ve found a few that have done the trick.
Travel pillows can make long journeys more comfortable. But which kind is right for you? Take a look at the best travel pillows and compare different kinds.
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.
Long-term travel will inevitably leave you sleeping in random places. Caroline shares what to pack for sleeping anywhere – from airport floors to 30 bed dorms.
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.
Michelle never travels these days without an eye mask. It helps her sleep in the most inconvenient places as she hops across the globe.
The one piece of gear that I think is essential to any traveler or adventurer is a good sleeping bag. A sleeping bag is useful for backcountry camping, car camping, staying in hostels or crashing on a friend’s couch.
Though I once called it a luxury item as it’s not your typical item to pack and takes up valuable space, this pillow is actually a necessity for me. It offers proper alignment and comfortable support while I sleep and minimizes pain on trips.
Jade Johnston understand the importance of a good night’s sleep. That’s why she never leaves home without packing some earplugs!
Ever worry about the cleanliness of your hostel bed or wish you had something light to sleep under in the heat? Lauren shares just why she can’t travel without her silk sleep sack.