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4Head Headache & Migraine Relief Stick

A headache is never a pleasant experience but when you’re away on your travels, it’s not only unpleasant, it gets in the way and wastes your time. I used to take over the counter pain relievers if I ever got a headache when I was away but I didn’t love taking physical tablets and they tended to take 30 minutes or more to work effectively.

I only discovered 4Head in 2018 and after overcoming my skepticism and trying it out, I wish I had sooner. It’s made primarily of levomenthol, gets to work within minutes, leaves no residue, can be applied when required (with no window between applications), plus it’s compact and portable.

Compeed Extreme Plasters

You’ll quickly learn on a city break, or a day spent walking in Disney World, that Compeed Plasters can be a lifesaver. Great for protecting your heels, they act almost like a second skin or a cushion on the back of your foot. The only downside is that you no longer have an excuse to sit down.

Samsonite Hand Luggage

Damon bought me this Samsonite Hand Luggage for Christmas, and it’s, by far, the best hand luggage I’ve had. It’s the maximum cabin size possible, meaning the most space you can bring with you on board a plane. It has two easy-access front pockets, perfect for storing toiletries or other items you have to remove before airport security.

It also has a TSA cable lock, which allows you to secure all external pockets and the main compartment with one action. And it comes in a range of colours (eg. blue, black, red).

PISEN Power Bank

A power bank, in our opinion, is always an essential when travelling. Especially if you’re out most of the day, or heavily relying on your devices (think the Disney Park App). Running out of battery whilst you’re travelling is never a good idea.

There’s nothing too unique about this power bank but it’s sturdy and has worked reliably for us. A handy LED display shows you the percentage charge left and you can charge two devices at once.