Stocking Stuffers for the Traveler

Stocking Stuffers for the Traveler

Stocking Stuffers for the Traveler


1.   expandable running belt | 2.  reusable utensils | 3.  silicone travel containers

4. collapsible water bottle | 5. universal travel adapter | 6.  hidden-pocket infinity scarf


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This hidden-pocket infinity scarf is perfect for travel where pick-pocketing might be an issue.  I bought this before our trip to Paris , and love it.  The pocket is big enough to hold my cell phone, cards and cash and it’s almost impossible to detect.  I felt so much more secure having my valuables close. We also used the   stretchy running belt , which fits sleekly under clothes but expands enough to hold a cell phone or even a water bottle. 

The silicone travel containers are not only earth-friendly but let you take along your preferred beauty products. I know I’m particular about my hair and skin products, and hotel products just won’t do. These colorful containers will let you squeeze every last drop from your high-end products.

The  reusable utensils   and collapsible water bottle  are also earth-friendly options if you’re giving to someone who has concerns about disposable plastic on the environment. I love that this water bottle smushes down so that it doesn’t take up much room in your suitcase!

The  universal travel adapter  is a necessity if you’re going to multiple countries.  Our next international trip is to England and France, which use different power systems.  I prefer this all-in-one to carrying multiple adapters, but I have not tried this one out yet.

You may want to check out our post on Essential Beach Gear for more gift ideas.


I am a 40-something lawyer and mom of 3 teenage girls. I love exploring new places, and when I can't be on the road, I'm planning my next trip. Over the years, I've learned a lot about how to travel in a pack of five. Our trips range from budget-friendly road trips with the family, to more luxurious trips for work, either solo or with my husband, Kenny.

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