Travel Accessories

Costa del Mar Caleta Sunglasses

Costa’s Caleta Sunglasses are Made From Recycled Fishing Nets

By Jill | September 10, 2021

You don’t have to be a water person to love Costa sunglasses. A favorite of boat and fisher folk, the sunglasses are optimal for everyone who seeks to protect their eyes from the sun. And when the sunglasses help the environment, all the better.   If you spend any time on or near the water,…

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Entrepreneur Highlight: Lindsay Theken of HeadPeace Headbands

By Leah Guill | September 7, 2021

Get to know the one woman show behind the bright and beautiful pieces at HeadPeace, Lindsay Theken. How did you get your idea or concept for the business, HeadPeace Headbands? I will be honest, I had never done anything this entrepreneurial before. Looking back, I was probably way out of my element. I had been listening…

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Eco Friendly Case for Apple Watch

Eco-Friendly Lifeproof Cases Protect Your Favorite Apple Things

By Jill | September 3, 2021

We know all about phone cases. They protect our lifelines from the regular accidents of the day, from drops to spills. Sometimes, they’re plain. Other times, they’re sparkly. And sometimes, they show what we value (besides our phones!)—the environment.   Lifeproof’s cases made from ocean-based plastics have already been released for phones, whether you have…

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Olita Sunscreen: Making a Big Splash

By Leah Guill | August 31, 2021

Sunscreen has always been a hard one for me to well, apply. I don’t like the feeling and the smell of the “tropics” or “coconut” has always been an absolute assault on my olfactory nerve. Needless to say, I was very hesitant when we were invite to meet with the founder of Olita and see…

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BTR Ultralight Backpacking Stool 17 Inch

By Christian Parrott | August 26, 2021

BTR Ultralight Backpacking Stool 17 inch The BTR Ultralight Backpacking 17-inch stool is the most convenient, light (14.10z), and easiest set up I have ever encountered with a chair. Once you unpack the stool from the box, you can literally set it up within 5 seconds. All you have to do is extend the legs…

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A Quick Review: UltraLite Tube from Phunkshun

By Leah Guill | August 20, 2021

Raise your hand high if you also hate sunscreen and the sticky, icky feeling against your skin. I am always on the lookout for gear that allows me to wear less of the stuff and protects my skin all the same. Phunkshun has introduced their newest piece of gear, UltraLite Tube. This versatile tube can…

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Avocado Green Mattress Organic Mini Pillow

Pack Travel Comfort with Avocado Organic Mini Pillow

By Jill | August 6, 2021

There are all sorts of reasons people bring their own pillow on their travels: they have trouble sleeping in a hotel or vacation rental bed, they travel to places that don’t have the same hygiene standards as they do, and kids especially do so for sentimental reasons. For most of my life, I’ve focused on…

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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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