Favorite Products

What’s in my bag? When I travel, what products do I prefer? Check out the list below to find out!

Read a categorized list of ALL my favorite products found on Amazon!

My favorite carry-on size suitcase is the Clavel Spinner (expands) in this turquoise color. I also have 3 bags from Delsey’s “Daily’s” collection. I have their backpack laptop carrier and day pack, their expandable duffel bag (also carry-on size for flying), and their tote bag (counts as a “personal item”).

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luggage for a roadtrip zion natioanl park

I am in LOVE with my Vaude Cimone Backpack for Women. It has lasted me through several long trips, and constantly surprises me with how many things can actually fit in it. It has proven to be very durable, is set up in a nice organized fashion, is cute and comfortable, and expands a great deal.

I recently was given a Taaluma Tote for my birthday, and I am so glad. They are really comfortable and come in a wide variety of designs, plus they’re for a great cause. Each time you buy one a portion of the profits go to a microloan to help farmers in the country whose bag style you select. It encourages sustainability and helps create labor, plus it’s adorable- (I have the “Mali” bag)

I am also very fond of my Tom’s Correa Sandals. When I travel I always struggle between fashion and function, and these are one of few sandals I have encountered that have both. They look cute with skirts, dresses, or jeans but are also comfortable and sturdy enough to keep your feet alive on days with tons of walking.

A hiking favorite is my Camel-Bak day pack. I use this for exploring on foot, be it cities or out in nature. For as small as it seems, it carries everything. I recently switched to a larger size pack, but this is the bag style that lasted me for 5 wonderful years:

Although I often travel to some not-so-glamorous locations, I still like being able to put on makeup and do my hair. That is where this Revlon super mini size hairdryer with convertible voltages comes in handy. It is so tiny and yet still works really well:

I also have found having a passport cover to be very useful. Often you need to keep immigration documents or plane tickets on your person, and having a nice case to keep them together makes travel that much easier! Look on Etsy for some cute and affordable options.

For even more travel products I love, check out this post of gift ideas for travelers!

1 Comment

  • Reply Michelle W. January 1, 2020 at 8:46 pm

    Hi Paul, Thanks so much for your comment! The waterfall is a small one, tough to find, in Iceland called Bruarfoss. Brazil has been on my list for years but flights from my home airport are always 1800+ so I’ve been biding my time for a good flight deal! I’d LOVE to see Iguazu Falls! I love to hear that you splurged at the Leopoldskron!!! Such a great place for any true S.O.M. fan!

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