In Flight Essentials

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Over the years, I feel like I have nearly perfected the art of flying. I try my best to not check any luggage for shorter trips and travel with just a carry-on and a large purse. I now know that I don’t need 2 suitcases for a weekend trip, and have narrowed down my essential must-haves for flying in comfort. Along with a small cosmetic bag, wallet, and of course iPhone, I keep these items in my large purse that I stow underneath the seat in front of me for easy access.
1. Lipstick Sized Portable Charger– This charger comes in a chic champagne (along with a variety of other colors) and is so small and portable. The best part is that you can charge anything that uses a USB cable. 

2. Memory Foam Evolution Pillow + Small Bag– When you are a frequent flyer, a comfy travel pillow is an absolute must have. This one has a cover that comes off for easy washing and compresses into a small bag for easy transport. It is substantial enough to keep my head in place so that I can catch a few Z’s in the air and there’s even a little pocket for my iPhone.

3. Happy Plugs Ear Buds– I am all about the gold but these chrome silver ear buds are a nice cool refreshing change. 

4. Emi Jay Neon 5-Pack Hair Ties– Having hair as long and thick as I do, I am never without a hair tie. These ones are cute worn on the wrist but also allows me to pull my hair back and arrive at my destination with crease free hair. You can purchase them in a huge range of colors or give a go at making them. They’re very easy to make and the elastic can be found at most Walmarts or craft stores.

5. Smarty-cat shea Infused Lounge Socks– My shoes are the first things to go when I take my seat. I always bring a pair of comfy socks with me to put on so my feet are not only warm, but they are not touching the gross plane floor. 

6. Wildfox Dreaming Of You Sleep Eye Mask– Whether I’m in my own bed or in the air, I always travel with an eye mask. It makes a world of difference in nap quality.

7. Classic Ear Plugs– I never used ear plugs until I was in college and needed them to study. I get motion sickness rather easily so I like to listen to an audiobook or music as entertainment. When I’m ready for some silence, I like to pop a pair of ear plugs in. These ones stay secure in my ears and comes prepackaged in a set of 2 for travel friendly packing. 

 

What are your must haves/tips for flying? Ready? Set, Share!

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