Holiday Travel Like a Pro

 
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Oh the holiday season, with it comes sweet treats, time with friends and family, office holiday parties, and...travel.

No matter where you are going, unless you are staying put like all of the rest of should, you most likely have to deal with traffic, germs, and long days. Although there might not be a way to avoid airport security lines, sitting too close to your neighbor on the plane, or waiting to pack until the last second (well, you definitely could’ve avoided that), there are ways to make travel more comfortable and organized.

Sitting on a plane, train, or even as a passenger in a car can sometimes prove to be quite the challenge in terms of getting comfortable. Falling asleep with your head pressed against the window isn’t ideal. Try using a neck pillow to get cozy in your seat and catch some Z’s in no time.

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Roll and Go Memory Foam Neck Pillow

Travel can be exhausting, and it doesn’t help when you have the brightness of fluorescent lighting keeping you from being able to get some much needed rest. Using an eye mask blocks out the light and makes it easier for you to fall asleep anywhere you please.

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Cooling Gel Eye Mask

Staying organized and having your passport and ID ready is important when passing through airport security, so you might as well do it in style.

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Samsonite Leather Passport Wallet

Packing last minute? Again? Don’t worry, these travel pouches have you covered. They make it easy to separate your clothing and toiletries and keep your suitcase tidy so you know where your things are when you need them.

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Avery Cotton Zippered 3 Piece Pouch Set

Running late to catch a train or plane can be an Olympic sport when you’re toting around a suitcase, backpack, and a carry-on bag. Picking a carry on with a strap to hook onto your suitcase handle makes it easy to get from one place to another with you and all of your belongings in one piece.

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American Tourister Voyager Bag

Traveling during flu season is less than ideal, but you can avoid those dreaded germs by wiping down your area with sanitizing wipes. Keep your seat, armrests, and tray table clean with this on-the-go pack.

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Mini Canister of Wet Wipes

Screaming babies. Honking horns. Overflow of the music coming from the headphones of the person next to you. We have you covered.

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Ear Plugs in Aluminum Canister

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Music Pods True Wireless Earbuds

The most important health tip for traveling is staying hydrated. You are on the go and running around which makes it easy to forget about what you’re putting in your body. Sure, you might still be grabbing french fries or candy from the convenience store, but you can still hydrate in style.

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H2Go Bali Glass Water Bottle (18 Oz.)

Now all there’s left to do is pop in a podcast, close your eyes, and you’re off!


 
Joseph Sommer