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13 Practical Things For People Who Are Always Traveling

1. This stylish, foldable jewelry organizer so you can *finally* stop pulling tangled necklaces and bracelets out of little resealable bags when you get to your hotel room., Amazon
It has two zippered pockets for things like watches, four necklace hangers, two ring holders, a panel for 18 pairs of earrings, and an additional zippered pouch for bracelets.

Promising review: “I absolutely love this product!! Came exactly as advertised. The quality feels nice, and the zippers and pockets are all good quality. My favorite is the necklace compartment! The separate elastic bands really do prevent my necklaces from tangling together. Everything is easy to see and store. I highly recommend buying this for yourself or as a gift!” —kristid

Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in two sizes and in eight colors).

2. Some not so ordinary–earplugs that'll actually help you AVOID that painful popping that happens because of the difference in pressure. Now THIS will give you a reason to clap when the plane lands.

Promising review: "My family first started using these several years ago, on the advice of a friend. My mom and I both suffer from extreme ear pain when we're in an airplane during take-off and landing; that change in pressure is horrendous. The pain was bad enough that it made me seriously dread any flight. After I started using these Earplanes during take-off/landing, the pain disappeared! I put them in while we are on the tarmac. Once we are at cruising altitude, it's not a problem and I take them out until I hear the announcement that we are preparing to land, and I put them back in. I was so impressed that I bought a pack of them for my mother, who had even more pain than I did, and after her last flight to come visit me, she happily reported no pain whatsoever with these magical earplugs. There is a little ceramic ball inside the plug that somehow keeps air pressure more consistent.” —A. Sperelli

Get it from Amazon for $6.79+ (available in packs of up to 10).

3. A set of six packing cubes for anyone who hasn't yet mastered the art of shoving a quarter of their wardrobe into a carry-on for a three-day trip.,
Promising review: “Wonderful! Totally my new favorite way to pack! I don't know how I lived without these! The six-piece set fit amazingly in my luggage with room to add four pairs of shoes! It's crazy how much stuff actually fits in these. (I fit 26 tank tops in the large one). Rolling clothing and stuffing them into these cubes made my bag organized and I was able to bring so much more! I went on to buy the four-piece set from the same company because I wanted more size options. Equally as amazing!” —Erin Burke

Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in 14 colors).

4. This external charger that's sure to keep your phone juiced up whether you're out having a photoshoot on a gondola in Venice, or cruising in a Jeep through the Australian Outback.

Promising review: “If you're looking for peace of mind every time you leave the house, this power bank doesn't disappoint. It's the size of a credit card and only a hair heavier than my iPhone 6 making it extremely portable without being bulky and heavy. There's a power button you press which shows how much power is left via four blue LEDs (when it's dead, only one led will flash). You can only charge one device with this power bank but I'm always impressed by how quickly this charges my iPhone 6 (from 10% to near full takes approximately one hour). So far, I've been able to charge my phone about four times from near empty to full before having to charge the power bank. The power bank itself requires at least two hours to charge from empty to full but once charged, your phone will charge to full in less time.” —Patrick

Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in four colors).

5. A block — yes, A BLOCK — of shampoo so you can have one less bottle of liquid to worry about accidentally spilling all over your belongings.
Promising review: “Some time ages ago, I started trying out shampoo bars for traveling purposes. As I am a light packer and my international trips were lengthy, that 3 oz. bottle of shampoo was never enough for a two-plus week trip. Around the same time, I also started to care more about the ingredients in my beauty products. Recently during a two-week international trip, my preferred shampoo spilled everywhere at the beginning of my trip and so I revisited the shampoo bar possibility. I am SO glad I found this particular brand. When I saw that it was not soap-based, I had to try it. I got the Heali Kiwi as I have oily scalp that starts to itch on the second day post-wash. This stuff lathers and rinses out well like a commercial shampoo and I don't have to use an ACV rinse. My hair is bouncy and shiny like I would expect from regular shampoo. Despite the fact this shampoo lacks typical dandruff shampoo chemicals like tea tree, zinc, tar, sulfur, etc., I have no dandruff and no itching even on the third day post-wash. I'm stoked that this has made my regular hair routine significantly easier with the added bonus that I don't see spilled shampoo in my future travels.” —Gwyneth

Get it from Amazon for $16 (available in eight different formulas. The brand also makes solid conditioners for $18.)

6. This collapsible water bottle because it'll help keep you hydrated throughout your flight without taking up precious space in your carry-on.,
Promising review: “This is great for traveling, hiking, biking, etc. It's very lightweight and I really like that as I drink it will collapse and take less space in my backpack or luggage. It also has a clip on it that makes it great for attaching to my bike. This is such a cool waterbottle! It's very convenient to carry and utilize both on the trails and off. The quality is excellent and I haven't had any issues with leaks or spills." —R.Hama

Get it from Amazon for $13.59 (available in four colors).

7. A secure backpack so you can be a tourist with the peace of mind of knowing that the zipper design makes it hard for thieves to open your bag.

Promising review: “I originally bought this backpack for the sole purpose of traveling. However, after receiving it and seeing/feeling the quality of it, I've decided to use this my work bag as well! As pictured, the opening of the backpack is found on the back side rather than the front, which that'll keep your belongings secured when traveling. Inside the backpack, there are three open pockets, and one zipped pocket found on the opening flap. There are also additional zipped pockets found on the left and right exterior of the backpack, meaning more storage space! This backpack can be carried as usual or also as a handbag with the (removable) single strap above. If you're debating on whether to purchase this or not, I'd say go for it. It'll be worth the money!" —Nouci

Get it from Amazon for $25.99 (available in 12 colors).

8. Some anti-chafe balm that'll let you walk around snapping pics ALL DAY without so much as a blister, bump, or rash.
Promising review: “This product works as advertised. I walked about 80 miles in seven days, in hot/sweaty weather, in only skirts and dresses and this product kept me from being in unbearable pain (or any pain at all). NO bumps, NO rash, NO irritation. This is a great product. The size was perfect for traveling, too. If you're ordering for everyday use, I would order the largest size.” —BakerSarah

Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in 1.5 oz. and 2.5 oz. packs).

9. A luggage lock for anyone who's paranoid about leaving an unlocked suitcase in their hotel room while they're out for the day. Now you can tour all day knowing that no one can break into your suitcase even if they wanted to.

Promising review: “We travel often and these locks give us a sense of security that helps us enjoy our trips. They are easy to set and use on the suitcases and easy to take off. Extremely sturdy. Just choose a number you can remember but others can't figure out!” —mspete1

Get it from Amazon for $8.63+ (available in four colors and in packs of one and two).

10. This super cute passport holder that doubles as a place to store important credit cards. So instead of rifling through your bag for your wallet, you can easily whip out what you need when going through security AND when killing time at the airport bar.

Promising review: “Cutest passport cover ever. I looked around at various options and decided on this one, and I'm so glad! It is very sturdy and feels like quality materials, the color is exactly as pictured, and it has so many useful compartments. I love that it doesn't just hold the passport, but also has room for credit cards and a boarding pass!” —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $7.59 (available in 21 colors).

11. A waterproof phone pouch to bring on vacations by the sea. It'll keep your phone dry so you can snorkel, kayak, and swim, but still get the Insta pics to prove it. *flips hair*

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I bought this case for a trip to San Diego when I knew I was going to go kayaking and wanted photos without the risk of getting my phone wet in case I got splashed by giant waves or fell in the water (yeet). I liked that this case came with a lanyard so I could wear my phone around my neck while kayaking, and it promised that you could still use your phone as you normally would even though it’s in a plastic case. When it arrived, I tested it the case by putting paper towels inside the case (not my phone!!) and submerging it in water. The paper towels came out completely dry! So the case performed exceptionally well during my trip. I got clear photos and videos with the case on and my phone was dry as a bone. I literally tell all my friends to get this case!

Get it from Amazon for $8.99 (available in 14 colors).

12. Some toothpaste tablets so you can chew your way to a clean mouth while on vacation. They take up less space in your bag than a normal tube of toothpaste, and if you just take the number of tabs you need, you don't have to worry about re-packing them.

Just pop a tablet in your mouth, chew, and brush with your normal toothbrush!

Promising review: “These are part of my standard conference travel packing. I use a single hard-cased suitcase that fits in an overhead bin, and the only thing I hate worse than checking a bag is having to fish out a baggie of liquids for inspection by the TSA. So I pack these for toothpaste, use the hotel products for other hygiene needs (conditioner makes for great shaving cream), and never worry about it. My bag stays closed, one less thing to meddle with.” —An Ever-Fixed Mark

Get it from Amazon for $7.34.