Gifts for Frequent Travelers

This is the last entry in my Tis The Consumerist Season series…

Some fun gift ideas for the frequent traveler in your life whether they be a touring author, like yours truly, a business woman, or beyond. As you all know I’m obsessed with packing and I travel all the time, these are a few of my favorite things, Gentle Reader.

Gifts for Frequent Flyers

Lewis N. Clark Travel Laundry Soap 10 pack ($7).

Woman With A Parasol – Retractable Badge Reel ($10).

Aluminum business card holder that looks like a tin suitcase ($10) comes in black and silver.

Runsible Spoon ($7) BPA-Free Tritan Spork with Full-Sized Spoon, Fork and Serrated Knife Edge. Multiple colors, passes TSA (or at least is has for me the last 20 times I traveled).

Clear2GO Water Bottle with Filter ($8) multiple colors.

2 straps pure silk black sleep mask, ($9) this is my favorite best-fitting soft sleep mask and I FAR prefer two smaller straps, I think it fits better.

Super Soft Footsie Socks ($10), multiple colors.

Tide To Go Instant Stain Remover Liquid 10ml 3 Count ($11).

My favorite silk sleep mask and the only one I can wear comfortably ($10) because it has multiple thin adjustable straps and is nicely wide but not too wide.

Travelon Set of 7 Packing Envelopes, Assorted Sizes ($15).

Travel PU Leather Waterproof Passport Cover Holder ($16).

Macks Ultra Soft Foam Earplugs, 10 Count Pack of 6 ($20). These are by far the most comfortable earplugs I have ever found. This is a lot in bulk, but if you’re lucky you might find them at your local drugstore.

Memory Foam Evolution Neck Pillow ($40). Comes in multiple colors.

Super spendy option that I covet: 100% Cashmere Cozy Travel Set with Blanket, Eye Mask, and Bag ($240).

I tend to wear T-shirtsto fly, they just work out to be the best base for layering. Here are a few that have caught my eye. I tend to like men’s shirts because the neckline is higher and the sleeves longer (better for flying).

Lastly, the obligatory scarf. I know I’m not alone in that I constantly get cold, and then hot, and then cold again. Scarves are the best solution.

Pride and Prejudice Darcy Scarf ($27). There are tons of Dracula and Poe infinity scarves as well, but I’m not a fan of the infinity scarf, not as versatile.

{Gail’s monthly read along for December is Newt’s Emerald by Garth Nix, skinflint alternative is Ridiculous by D.L. Carter.}


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