About a year ago, I wrote about my go-to headphones for travel — the Bose Quietcomfort 35 (click here for my original review). I’m here with an update to that subject.
It has been brought to my attention that I’ve only reviewed one set of headphones — what about other Bluetooth options? Continue reading “Travel Accessories: Bluetooth Headphones”
Ignore the lopsidedness. I couldn’t figure out how to make the box stand straight. It took me forever to just get the bracelet to stay open to see the whole quote. Of course, probably my fault for having such a long quote. But, whatever.
Anyways, it’s Christmas at my house, and I decided to gift myself this cute bracelet from Mieroglyphs (link to their site here). Disclaimers first: I did receive a discount on my bracelet, but all opinions thus far are my own.
Use code TRAVELS20 for 20% off your order. Read on for my thoughts. Continue reading “Product Review: Mieroglyphs (DISCOUNT CODE)”
I’m pretty sure the FlipBelt was designed to wear while running, but I’ve found it to be helpful in other aspects of life, including travel (i.e. when perusing the local bars at night). Read on for my thoughts on it.
Long story short — I like it.
Continue reading “Zippered FlipBelt: Not Just for Running”
Taking a break from actual travels to bring up some of my favorite doohickeys to travel with. My absolute go-to is a good set of headphones, preferably noise-canceling. I’ve been irritated lately with the long-ass wire on my QuietComfort 15, so I started looking for a wireless replacement, and then I stumbled upon the QuietComfort 35. Continue reading “Bose QuietComfort 35: A Review”
I thought I’d also try my hand at reviewing some of the products I take with me on my trips. I did not receive any compensation for this review, and I did have to pay for this product like a regular person (I did manage to get it on sale though). Continue reading “Pacsafe Metrosafe LS350 Review”