Travel Accessories

WynoBago for Year Round Refreshments

By Leah Guill | August 2, 2021

With summer plans in full swing and get togethers a plenty we are on the hunt for gear that can go where we go and bring a little party with! The WynoBago is just the thing to bring along on hikes, picnics, boating and to your favorite outdoor festival. Lighter and far more practical than…

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TriggerPoint GRID Travel

Roll Out Tight Muscles with TriggerPoint GRID Travel Foam Roller

By Jill | July 9, 2021

The combination of uncomfortable airplane seats that make you contort into bizarre sleeping positions, hotel beds and pillows that aren’t quite like your own at home, adventures that make you push your limits, and carrying packed bags can all result in tight and knotted muscles on your travels. Not everyone has the money to get…

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Goal Zero Yeti 200X Portable Power Station

Power Up with Goal Zero Yeti 200X Portable Power Station

By Jill | July 2, 2021

Even though taking some time away from the allure of our digital devices is essential for a healthy life, there are times when we need them. Headlamps light the way, GPS watches keep us from getting lost, smart phones can dial up maps or connect us to others when we need help, and cameras help…

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FEND

Breathe Deeply with Fend

By Jill | June 18, 2021

This past pandemic year, we’ve become even more aware of how we’re affected by the air we breathe. Whether we’re sitting inches away from another airplane passenger, in a place choked with exhaust or affected by wildfires, or just hanging out at a bar, we breathe in millions and millions of particles.   Some of…

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Klean Kanteen Insulated TKCanisters

Meals on the Road with Klean Kanteen Insulated TKCanisters

By Jill | May 14, 2021

As travel begins to open up this spring, many people are looking at a summer of adventure. For those who are called to hit the road, whether it’s visiting places in your own backyard or road tripping farther afield, the portability of meals can be both a sustainability consideration as well as one of convenience.…

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Maya Frames from Costa Sunglasses

By Leah Guill | May 13, 2021

The Maya frames are the newest offering from Costa and hands down, they are my favorite frames I have ever reviewed from Costa! The Maya frames is sassy with a hint of the iconic 1950’s cat-eye that is best for a smaller face. I opted for the Shiny Coral Tortoise frame with the gray polycarbonate…

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Interview with Co-Founders of BANDITS Bandanas, Nicole and Conner Humphreys

By Leah Guill | May 6, 2021

We were given the opportunity to interview Nicole and Connor Humphreys, co-founders of BANDITS this last week.  Born in Bali, BANDITS features independent and upcoming artists. BANDITS also gives back to the artist’s community with 10% of the sales proceeds are donated the charity of their choice. BANDITS are handmade in India and are made…

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Outdoor adventure-ready accessories from EcoVessel

By Amy | February 16, 2021

For many of us, 2021 is going to be all about the outdoors: camping, hiking, and outdoor dining. EcoVessel comes alongside very nicely, with a wide variety of beverage and food storage containers that perform well without extra weight, bulk, or waste. The Transit: This mug comes with a beautiful thing: a lid! It has…

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Alpine Start Instant Coffee

Easy Access to Coffee Any Time with Alpine Start Instant Coffee

By Jill | January 29, 2021

I don’t have a very good record with instant coffee. One time, a friend and I ordered a pot of room-service coffee because the room had only instant coffee. Sure, if I have no other option, I’ll embrace it and treat it as a simple caffeine-delivery device. And until now, I haven’t been happy with…

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Triggerpoint Impact

Triggerpoint Impact Percussion Massage Gun Is a Magical Travel Tool

By Jill | January 8, 2021

Travel and adventure are among the most important items on my list of favorite things. But one of the inevitable results if you pursue those two things frequently, is sore, tight, and knotted muscles. Think about all the hours in uncomfortable airplane seats, hauling your baggage, couch surfing or sleeping in hotel beds, and working…

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