|Kiva’s Compression cubes save space and organize ($24.95/set of 3)|
Kiva Compression Cubes ($24.95 for a set of 3)— Fold your clothes, place in cubes, zip shut, then compress by zipping again. You’d be amazed at how much less room your clothes take up when compressed! The see-through mesh compression cubes come in a set of 3- 1 large and 2 medium. The large one (11.5” x 15”) is big enough to pack t-shirts, skirts, dresses, etc. The medium ones (7.75” x 11.5”) fits tank tops, lingerie, swim wear, etc. Compression cubes help me keep my clothes organized and help eliminate the fear that the TSA will be rummaging through my underwear.
Belkin Mini Surge Protector Dual USB Charger ($12, Amazon)— How come when devices are running low on juice, there’s never an outlet around? Or if there is, there is only 1 for the entire boarding area? Make some friends by packing this handy Belkin charger and recharge your laptop and phone while allowing others to plug in too. Just be sure to Mabel’s Label your surge protector! It would be a tragedy for it to get lost en route to your destination!
|Weigh luggage at home to avoid overage charges (Travelon Scale, $24.99)|
Economic Digital Scale by Travelon ($24.99)— Sometimes every ounce counts when you’re packing to prevent luggage overage charges when you get to the check-in counter. Instead of hopping on and off the bathroom scale to figure out the weight of your bag, attach your bag to the hanger and lift with two hands. The backlit display is easy to read and measures up to two decimal places so you will know exactly how much extra you can pack in that bag! Order from FranklinPlanner.com and save 20% on any one full price item! Use code 21242.
|Chloe Dao Trolley & Satchel Set is perfect for short trips ($127.99)|
Chloe Dao Carry On Trolley 21-in and Satchel 2-Piece Set, Lotus ($127.99)— For short trips, I rely on my gorgeous Chloe Dao Trolley that always turns heads yets provides enough room for toiletries, makeup, the next day’s outfit, jammies, and a pair of shoes. The size fits in the overhead bin making it perfect for carrying on the plane and even when full, it isn’t difficult to lift thanks to lightweight durable materials. The matching Satchel slips over the trolley’s handle and is designed to carry a laptop but has plenty of extra room for additional items during travel. Travel is such a breeze with this great set! Get free shipping and 20% off with the code techsavvymama when purchased directly from Nuo Tech.
|Wearing Fresh Produce’s Impromptu Dress ($84) with
the Shorefront Cardigan ($34) at NAEYC with @TeachMama
Frequent fliers often accumulate miles and if you’re wanting to take family vacation? Here are some ideas:
Heading to New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Hollywood, Houston, Philly, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California or Toronto? If so, they are CityPASS cities! If you’ve never heard of CityPASS it’s a booklet that you purchase for a single price that contains admission to 5-6 of the most popular and famous attractions in the city. CityPASS can be ordered online and delivered prior to your trip or eTickets for booklets can be exchanged once you arrive at your destination at any one of the many CityPASS ticket windows around the city. For example, a CityPASS for New York City provides tickets to the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island or Circle Line Cruise, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, The Museum of Modern Art, and Top of the Rock or The Guggenheim all for the price of $79 for adults and $59 for kids ages 6-17. A truly great deal and one of our favorite ways to explore cities when we travel!
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