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5 Items You Should Keep With You When You Travel

Whether you’re doing a cross-country road trip or taking a quick flight up the coast, odds are you have a “go-to” bag of travel essentials. From a quick snack to headphones, a book, even an emergency box of bandaids, these are the items you always need to have within reach.  

  1. Mints or Gum 

If you’ve ever had the joy of sitting next to someone on a plane or in a car that had bad breath, you know exactly why this made our list. Keep a single pack of Tic Tacs, Altoids, or gum in a small pouch with your other essentials. 

  1. Tylenol or Advil 

Another staple for our travel list is Tylenol or Advil. Whether you’re battling a splitting headache, aching muscles, joint pain, or something else entirely, you’ll want to have some pills on-hand. 

  1. Extra Layers 

Especially if you’re traveling by plane, you can expect the temperature to drop a few degrees while onboard. If you tend to get cold easily, make sure to pack a lightweight extra layer that you can easily store in your carry-on. We recommend a zip up hoodie or cardigan instead of a pullover sweatshirt or sweater. That way, you aren’t elbowing your fellow neighbors while trying to get warm. 

  1. A Crowd-Friendly Snack

Delays happen, and travel doesn’t always go according to plan. So if you find yourself hungry (or let’s be real, “hangry”) without a snack, you’ll want to have something on hand. But if you’re traveling in groups—whether it’s with your friends or strangers—try to find a “crowd-friendly” snack. This means no potentially dangerous allergens (let’s keep an eye out for our peanut-allergy peeps!) or particularly fragrant smells (leave the “everything bagel” seasoning at home). 

  1. Washawaze Dissolving Soap Sheets 

If you’re making a quick stop in the airport bathroom or a rest stop along the route, you need an easy way to wash your hands. Just 1-2 squares of Washawaze’s dissolving soap sheets and a splash of water will give you a silky, moisturizing hand soap. The perforated design makes it easy to use a little, or a lot, depending on what you need. A full sheet is enough for a full body wash, and a few squares are perfect for shampoo or shaving. 

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