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).
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.
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.
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.
GAIL’S DAILY DOSE
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Your Infusion of Cute . . .
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Your Tisane of Smart . . .
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Your Writerly Tinctures . . .
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ayvalentine of Reads 4 Tweens says of Manners & Mutiny:
“There’s more on the line as the series draws to a close, and the prices paid are higher, so it’s a tad darker than the other books. It brings Sophronia’s school career to a logical if explosive close, and makes me hope for the further adventures of Sophronia and Soap. It also makes me want to reread The Parasol Protectorate series to see where exactly the Finishing School series fits in and where it overlaps!”
Quote of the Day:
“I suppose he used to tell himself that he could take them or leave them alone, and then found—too late—that he couldn’t.”
“It is often the way, sir.”
~ Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse