When it comes to travel, neck pillows have become a popular accessory. Whether you’re embarking on a long flight, road trip, or train ride and need some extra support while napping, neck pillows claim to provide the relief you need and prevent discomfort.
Traveling is always a thrilling adventure. On the flip side of that adventure can be a lot of unexpected, inconvenient unknowns. This is especially the case if you aren’t properly prepared or don’t stock up on travel essentials.
As someone who has been to 20 countries, I am very familiar with the effects of jet lag. This annoying phenomenon can make the first few days of a trip miserable, leaving you feeling exhausted, disoriented, and nauseous. While I still experience jet lag from time to time, I’ve picked up a lot of tips over the years for battling it. These days, I can successfully avoid jet lag going to and coming from my destination for most trips. Here’s how I prevent feeling awful when changing time zones.
If you travel a lot, chances are you’ll have to deal with a long airport layover at some point. Waiting for hours on end in an airport can be really boring and frustrating, especially when it’s due to flight delays or long connecting flights. But don’t worry—with a bit of preparation and some clever tricks, you can turn your airport layover into a positive experience. Here are some helpful tips to help you survive (and maybe even enjoy) your long airport layover.
Over the past seven years, I’ve traveled to 20 different countries, with a couple of repeats. Whether it’s going from Seattle to Berlin or Los Angeles to Auckland, it’s safe to say that I’ve been on a lot of long flights.
While cool tech gadgets and airline gift cards make excellent travel gifts, sometimes you need to be a little more practical when shopping for your traveler friend. These presents are all useful, compact, and, most importantly, affordable. Plus, they’ll all fit in a carry-on.