I am militantly anti baggage check and pro carry-on only. The problem? I’m also a compulsive overpacker.
I don’t really think I’ll be wearing a tuxedo on that ski trip, but what if I spontaneously get invited to a charity gala? Do I really need to pack two sets of workout clothes? Obviously, I’ll definitely wake up before everyone else and enjoy several sunrise runs on this beach in Tulum.
The paradox of being stridently carry-on and an overpacker was a frustrating, existential one — until I discovered the Accessories Organizer. It’s exactly what it sounds like: The Russian nesting doll of luggage. And it’s the simplest of products: an empty, square bag with a zipper. That’s it. A smaller box for your stuff, to go inside the bigger box of your stuff. Which you then put inside your rolling suitcase. It’s equal parts separation and stuffing mechanism — it not only compartmentalizes your luggage but also helps you cram whatever’s inside it into an incredibly small, predetermined place, too. It’s installing brilliant, draconian order and organization where there was once only chaos. Packing cubes permanently reconfigure for accuracy the notion of what fits into your luggage by having your bag’s contents laid out neatly in front of you before you throw them in your luggage.
It’s no easy feat to get a good night’s (or morning’s, or afternoon’s) sleep on an airplane. “When we’re traveling, we’re just a bit less able to really, truly relax,” says Dr. Rebecca Robbins, a sleep specialist at NYU Langone Medical Center. When we’re on the road, or in the air, our bodies are in a higher state of alert. Also, airplanes are cramped and uncomfortable.
Besides foot slings and natural sleep aids, a pillow is necessary for even attempting sleep on a flight. There are the ones airlines give you, and there are the microfiber wraparounds sold at airport Brookstones and in duty-free stores. And then there are several others: ergonomic ones and inflatable, space-saving ones, that make travel easier, not more burdened. To find out which of these are the best, we talked to picky people who log a lot of miles: travel writers (plus one airline employee.)
The Travel Pillow is made of Velvet fabric which is breathable and soft to skin. Imporve your sleeping quality on travelling, let you feel more comfortable and relieve your neck pain.
Inflating the pillow by blowing, approximate blow in 3 times, press the black seal to deflate pillow. So easy to use, also the black seal is very firm that makes neck pillow tightly without leakage.
These glasses are nice. The lenses are good quality. The accessories are great - you get a semi-hard case, a soft pouch, a cleaning cloth, and a car clip.
They’re very light. It’s a mix of plastic and light metal closer to the lenses.
They are oversized. It didn’t say that in the description when I bought them. If you know sunglasses dimensions, they do list those, but I didn’t know how they compared to other glasses till I got them. That said, I like the way they look on my face.
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