Must have travel accessoires

This year I was so lucky to go and discover some incredible places. I’m probably not the only person in the world who just loves packing and getting ready for a trip, it’s one of the world’s most exciting things for me. I built up my travel accessory collection that I am dying to share with you.

Document organizer

Let’s begin with the most important thing you do on a journey. This is not your cellphone or mobile laptop, Nope. Nope. It’s your documentation, your passport in particular. It is a must to keep your documents safe and tidy.

Collapse water bottle

Everyone knows that one of the easiest ways to save money is to bring with you a reusable water bottle when you travel. You not only avoid unnecessary plastic waste, you also avoid spending $3 in a water bottle. But the issue? Well, when water bottles are empty, like when you go through security at the airport, they tend to be heavy and take up a lot of space in your bag. Get a collapsible bottle of water! I always use my own and I love it! When I don’t use it, I just roll it up and throw it in my bag. It saves me a ton of room.

The anti-crease shirt transporter

NO need to re-iron after you arrive at your destination! This shirt and blouse box is called the Shirt Shuttler, ideal for trips when you know you’re spending a night out in the city or in a boardroom.

An international travel adapter

This may be essential depending on where your destination is. A good adapter gives you every opportunity worldwide to ensure that you always stay charged abroad.

A power bank

I always charge my power bank and bring it everywhere I go in my day bag. I don’t have to worry about my phone going to die or finding empty wall outlets all day (although thanks Starbucks for being always there). I just plug my phone into my power bank and I’m all good to go.

A Portable Safe for your laptop and other items

With a portable safe you can keep your stuff safe. Fill it with your stuff, shut it and lock it into your room to the most sturdy thing. Attach it to the base of a sink or a large, heavy piece of furniture. This way you can leave your valuables in your hotel room instead of taking them with you.

That’s it for now; lets continue the list later.

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