Best Travel Items

By Lyle Topping

Between TSA and crying babies on the airplane, traveling can be difficult and a little bit daunting. One thing that can make traveling go a bit smoother is making sure you pack the essentials. Everything in the list below is to ensure you have an enjoyable and easy travel experience.

  1. Cable Organizer

First of all making sure your laptop charger, headphone charging cable, apple watch charging cable, and phone charging cable do not become an entangled rat’s nest in your bag as you travel is just one less thing to worry about. It is also a good way to remind yourself to pack them as well.

2. Electric Toothbrush with Travel Case

Having a toothbrush with a travel case may fly under the radar to you as you pack for that weekend trip. Believe me, that last thing you want is to see your exposed toothbrush next to a lotion bottle that opened accidentally.

3. Laundry Bag

After a long bachelor party weekend and your belonging are scattered across the Airbnb floor, having to pile in all the dirty clothes in your suitcase with your clean ones is the last thing you want to be doing. Making sure all of your dirty clothes are centeralized just helps in the long run.

4. Portable Charger

Most of the power stations provided by airports are always over crowded and always seem to be located next time trash cans. Portable chargers make it so you can find a nice comfortable spot and enjoy streaming your shows or getting last minute work done while you wait for your flight.

5.  AirTag

Lastly, get rid of ominous idea of losing your luggage. AirTag can help you keep track of your luggage and see where it is by connecting with your phone.

Honorable Mention 

6. Hand Sanitizer

The amount of surfaces that you do not realize you touch in airports could shock you. Keeping a little travel sized bottle of hand sanitizer can help kill germs that would otherwise ruin your trip.

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