If it's been a while since you've seen the inside of an airport and you're concerned about traveling as safely as possible, it's important to be prepared. So let’s talk about the basics. Like packing hand sanitizers, tissues, disinfectant wipes, and a mask. These items are a must.
But there are also products that’ll help you, well, touch fewer things. And make the whole experience easier. So while you’re focused on getting from point A to B, we’re here to set you up for travel success.
For more info, check out tips from the CDC before you book a flight.
This one will provide support, but can be rolled into a ball once your flight is over. It’s also lightweight, so adding it to your carry-on will be no big deal. To clean, just remove the cover and wash. Sweet dreams. ($60, Uncommon Goods)
Consider it the new alternative to using your hands. This keychain is shaped to fit around door handles and can be used on ATM keypads and elevator buttons. Aka your new go-to tool you can always keep in your purse. ($4.50+, S3Holding via Etsy)
Time to keep the travel essentials all in one place. This holders double as a passport case so you can easily access your vaccination card while you travel. There's also extra room cash and credit cards. We're obsessed with the rose gold one. Let’s fly. ($9.99, Amazon)
Plane chair or comfy recliner? This hammock is made of plush memory foam, so it’ll feel like your feet are resting on comfy pillows. So you can catch some extra Zzz’s…and prevent lower back pain, muscle stiffness, and leg swelling. Just adjust the straps, hang, and place your feet in the footrest. Time to count some sheep. ($19.99, Amazon)
PS: These are editorially selected, but if you purchase, theSkimm may get something in return. PPS: If something’s out of stock, oops, it was there when we published. And we apologize for any shipping delays due to COVID-19. Thanks.
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