Glam Grind, written by Grace and Lindsay, is a lifestyle blog focused on embracing the human experience. Through our content, we aim to explore multiple perspectives that range from fun and trivial to deep and complex. Enjoy!
I love this because I don’t have to worry about bringing multiple chargers for everything and finding multiple outlets. I plug all my devices into one outlet at night, and they’re all ready to go in the morning. Also, it takes up less space.
I mean, I take mine everywhere regardless of travel, but this fold up bag never ceases to be useful. Just on this trip, I used it to carry groceries and pull-ups that I grabbed from Target on my way to the house. Yes, they had grocery bags. No, it didn’t fit everything in one like my tote did. I only have so many hands to carry everything, and two trips are for the weak. (Also, the brand doesn't matter much for this one.)
These aren’t just for traveling with kids. I literally stepped in a puddle of gasoline the morning that I left for Denver and would have died if I wasn’t able to wipe my boots down and get rid of that smell. The brand doesn't really matter for this one either. Trust me though- get the wipes.
This handy charger is essential for dying electronics when you don’t have a place to plug in... like when you have the iPad going in the car with movies to entertain your toddler on a two+ hour drive. Worth. It.
This is nice because where do you put that bulky coat after you’re in the airport? If I have a suitcase, I will usually shove it in the real quick before I check it- but this was not doable since I was only traveling with personal items. Also, airline staff doesn’t give you a hard time about jackets when they’re clipped to your bag.
This is more for toddler travel, but this item was AMAZING. It was very versatile and hung from the back of the headrest in the car and on the tray table in the plane. I love this thing because my daughter likes to mess with the iPad if she’s just holding it. While childlock typically works, it won’t stop her from throwing it when she’s bored, and I’m left digging behind seats to find it.