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Do you have a someone who loves to travels? This gift guide for those who travel will help keep your traveler organized and thinking of you while they are gone. For my family, my husband is the traveler so I decided to make this list universal.
Gift Guide for those who Travel
A Travel Case to store their cords in and any additional cords they may need overseas is perfect!
This is ESSENTIAL for traveling. One never knows when they are going to find an outlet so having a convenient portable charger with you is key.
Rest and Relaxation
This little rollerball will help your traveler relax a little when they get back to their room. Just have them rub a little on their wrists, nape of their neck and maybe some on their feet. It will help sooth and relax them.
Along the same lines as the rollerball above, this little bottle goes with the following travel defuser. My husband started packing this in his bag and he puts 3 drops in the defuser while he is sleeping.
Mini USB Essential Oil Diffuser, MFEEL 100ml Portable Humidifier, Travel-Size Air Humidifier Ultrasonic Cool Mist Aroma Humidifier Air Purifier for Bedroom…
This was such a gift to my husband. Since he started traveling with this he says he sleeps better and enjoys the relaxing smell of the lavender.
Since you can’t take a water bottle through security, traveling with an empty water bottle and filling on the other side saves time and money.
I am in love with this Rocketbook notebook! It is awesome! You just write in it, save what you wrote to your cloud spot and then wipe the page clean with a damp cloth! This is PERFECT for the traveler who wants to jot some things down to remember about their trip.
This is a quick gift guide for those who travel hopefully inspired you to find the perfect gift for your traveler. Besides a suitcase and laptop bag, these are on my list. My personal favorite is the Rocketbook. It’s so simple and easy to travel with not to mention plan your day, week and month!
Stephanie has been blogging at Sticky Note Mom for 4 years. Before starting her blog she worked in the finance industry working on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade to working for major financial institutions with personal financial planning and the mortgage industry. Now she shares all she has learned about frugal living to help others learn how to stop spending and start saving more.