dievca travels – not heavily, but about 10+ trips (short and long) a year. she spotted these travel containers from Cadence to organize her “fluids” + “odds and ends”. They work wonderfully well for short trips and storing items for the “quick” grab of last minute travel. They do run out for longer trips, unless you double up on the units of storage.
The Capsules are customizable, leakproof, magnetic containers designed to maintain your routines – home and away.
You can buy the containers singly or in packs – choosing your color(s) and labels.
As you can see, dievca went for a multi-colored approach as well as different labels. This has to do with her not being able to see well without glasses or contacts. If you can see — a single colored set of containers with different labels would be very elegant!
Mix and Match – take what you need.
Something of Use.
“The only fresh blankets I ever saw were on an originating first flight in the morning in a provisioning city.” ~ a Flight Attendent
Don’t be fooled by any plastic packaging over those blankets either. In the year 2000, the Union of Needletrades, Industrial, and Textile Employees accused some of its clients of repackaging their blankets without ever cleaning them, Bravo reported. A few years later, The Wall Street Journal released a report explaining that most airlines only clean their blankets every five to 30 days.
And, in 2017, comedian Nicole Byer shared the horrifying tale of her flight on Delta when she found a piece of human feces inside her first class blanket.
Moral of the story, if you really want to stay warm on your next flight it may be best to bring your own blanket. Here are three easy to pack blankets to ensure you’re only covering yourself in your own germs.
via Travel + Leisure, STACEY LEASCA
Lisa Perry Coloblocked Cashmere Travel sets in Orange and Green
(dievca has green)
Items available at Barneys Warehouse
Beyond travel? The eye mask can be used for your D/s play and the blanket for aftercare.