Gifts for the Adventurer

We are nearing the end of the holiday season, scrambling to find the "perfect" gift for everyone on our list. It's stressful; navigating the crowded malls, staying within a budget, trying to find gifts at the last minute. Recently, I was asked for suggestions on what to get someone that seems to have everything and likes to travel. Aside from holidays, these can make great birthday gifts or bon voyage gifts. 

Packing cubes

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Packing cubes have become a game changer for packing and staying organized during my trips. The Shake Pak cubes come with multiple different sizes and help save room in your luggage.

Find the cubes here!

Luggage scale

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This has been a lifesaver for me prior to arriving at the airport and taking the guess work out of wondering if my bags were over the weight limit or not.

Find a luggage scale here!
 

Hanks Pocket

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I don’t go anywhere without my pockets! I’ll stuff my pockets with excess things I have that don’t fit in my luggage and wear my pockets to the airport (they don’t see it as a carry on or personal item ;). I’ll wear them while I’m wandering around too in replacement of a purse or backpack. Perfect for both girls and guys.

Find pockets here!

Lululemon Vinyasa scarf

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My Vinyasa scarf has become my security blanket when traveling. There are numerous different ways you can wear it. I wear it while traveling and will lay it out flat and use it as a blanket on the plane. It’s perfect in winter to keep warm, but also makes a great accessory when it’s warmer out and you’re just needing a little extra coverage.

Find the vinyasa scarf here!

Portable charger

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Any kind of portable charger is a must to have while traveling! Find one that doesn’t take up much space and has at least 2 USB ports.

Find a portable charger here!

Essential Oils 

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I always travel with Young Living's Thieves Spray, Digize oil, and Peppermint oil. There is a ton of information on their website about the oils and their uses. If you are interested in looking more into the oils and their uses, visit alternativerr.com and reach out to Monica Hirth, a certified specialist, to receive more information.

Find essential oils here!

Pens! 
 

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Of course a travel pen to go with the Wayward Workbook! Meridian Line has a great line of travel inspired wood pens.

Find Meridian pens here!


NOTICE: I do not receive any kind of commission or kickback on any of these recommendations. They are all just genuinely favorite products and essentials for me when traveling.

I hope this helps give you some different ideas!