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J’adore #69 – Travel Gear Edition 3

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J'adore Travel Gear Edition

I’m thrilled to bring you a new edition of J’adore, my series on my favorite internet finds. This one is focused on travel gear and travel related products. Who would have thought when I published my first J’adore in 2010 that I’d ever get to #69! It’s a testimony to the ingenuity of people and the entrepreneurial spirit that continually creates products we must have!

Travel Gear that Protects You from Germs

We all know how dirty airplanes are. Truth be told, I avoid reading those articles these days because I just don’t want to know. But after a year by ourselves on the road (read, not working in an office surrounded by sick people) with relatively little illness, I kind of want to keep it that way so I bought these cool Air-Protector Anti-bacterial Tray Covers that fit over the tray in front of you.

Travel Gear Air-Protector Anti-bacterial Tray Covers

It may not keep all the cooties off me, for that you need a hazmat suit, but it’s going to make me feel a whole let better!

Last year we used our Klean Kanteens almost exclusively. National and state parks usually have water filling stations and we took advantage of it. However, sometimes the taste of the water seemed a bit questionable and I REALLY wish I had known about Lifestraw Personal Water Filter.

Travel Gear Lifewater Straw

You don’t have to be camping to have a need for this. Think of Flint Michigan. I think if you carry around a water bottle, you should have one of these. You can also use the Lifestraw to drink directly from a water source, like a stream, great for backcountry hiking. If you haven’t got a water bottle, Lifestraw has its own LifeStraw Go water bottle with an integrated filter already in it.

Travel Gear for Your Wrists

I have been using seasickness/nausea bands for a long time, close to ten years. They work, but I never loved the bands. First off, I had to wear two, one on each wrist and secondly, they just weren’t comfortable. Then the fine folks of Relief Band reached out to me to see if I was interested in trying their solution and I said, “yes please!”

Travel Gear Relief Band

I tested it out when we were 4x4ing because sometimes the rocking back and forth as we go over rocks tended to get me a little nauseous. It worked like a charm! It’s a natural no-medication-required solution to travel sickness (and morning sickness). An electrical pulse is sent up the median nerve in your arm that alleviates any symptoms.

I don’t have long hair, but the Maria Shireen hair tie bracelets really make me want to!

Travel Gear Maria Shireen hair tie bracelets

Thankfully I have friends that have long hair and I am thinking this makes a great gift. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard, “have you seen my hairband?” It’s perfect for travel because it can pretty up a dinner outfit while still serving a function!

Anyone else ever get tangled up in their headphone cord? It happens to me every single dang time! I really want to try out these My Wraps headphone bracelets to see if it makes my tangled life any better!

Travel Gear My Wraps

Have you tried something like this? It’s perfect for traveling and I think it’s great for the office too.

Travel Gear – Camping Comforts

Mr. Misadventures has been dying to outfit our Jeep for camping. He wants to do the 15-day Canyonlands 4x4ing trip. I say no way unless I have a decent place to sleep. And here comes iKamper’s Skycamp!

Travel Gear iKamper Skycamp

Hey! That’s our Jeep (or could be!). Photo credit: iKamper

This is good for keeping critters away too! Perfect for off-road camping.

I’ve heard of the portable espresso maker from Wacaco, it looks great for camping or traveling, especially if you are particular about your espresso. The thing that turns it from, “that’s cool” to “holy hell I must have it” is that I just found out that they make one that fits my Nespresso capsules!

Travel Gear Wacaco and Nespresso

Photo credit: Wacaco.

I’ve had Nespresso machines for more than 15 years and order capsules constantly. Not having to buy different coffee to accommodate my travel or camping is pretty awesome!

Stuff That Gives Me Wanderlust

Finally! It’s April and that means the launch of my Parisian pal Lindsey of Lost in Cheeseland‘s new book: The New Paris: The People, Places & Ideas Fueling a Movement.

Travel Gear The New Paris

Photo credit: Charissa Fay & Lindsey Tramuta

I’ve had it on pre-order for months! It’s been 15 months since our last trip to Paris and I am itching to return. This book is going to be absolutely essential to check out all the new things that Paris has to offer.

Maps are ALWAYS making me want to get out and travel! In order to get to know Portland better, I picked up a city map from Modern Map Art.

Travel Gear Modern Map Art
I love red so this is going to be perfect for my office once I frame it. They have a ton of cities here in the U.S. and around the world, I will probably pick up one for Paris too.

Well, that’s it for this travel gear edition of J’adore! Hope you enjoyed it and stayed tuned for the next one coming to you real soon!

How about you? Have you seen some travel gear lately that you are adoring? Do share!

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