Travel Styles

In this segment, we cover people's favorite items to travel with, their best travel hacks, and stories from the road. Do you or someone you know have a couple cool pieces of gear they wouldn't leave on a trip without or want to share some travel hacks? Contact us for an opportunity to be featured.

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Shayla Christine: A full-time traveler of 2+ years by

Shayla, a long-term traveler of 2 years, shares her travel tips.

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Tiago Almeida: Living Life out of One Bag by

A front-end developer working on a product that he loves while traveling the world.

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Heidi & John Hakala: Nomadic Trailer Travelers by

A husband & wife writer, blogger, and full-time adventurer team shares their favorite travel gear and tips with us.

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Phil Oliver: Jeep Driving Drifter & Zen Photographer by

Phil’s love of travel began with annual family vacations to New England and since then, it has taken him far and wide. From a compressible, inflatable airplane pillow to an ultralight dry bag, Phil’s gear recommendations are great for the well-experienced traveler.

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Samantha Schaible: Country-Hopping Digital Nomad by

At age 25, Samantha decided to break the monotony of her routine and explore the world. She shares her vision for a portable clothing dryer (how great would that be?) and a versatile travel tote that also looks good.

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Dan Taylr: Eco-Conscious Industrial Designer by

Traveling through Southeast Asia and avoiding typical tourist destinations, Dan Taylr walks us through his favorite gear and some travel tips.

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Frances Beatty: Wanderer & Wedding Photographer by

Frances shares her favorite travel tips with us including how she chooses the camera gear to take with her on any given trip, as well as a nice little gesture to brighten the day of airline staff members. 

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Francis Villanueva: Engineer & Gadget Minimalist by

Minimalist travel tips, USB-based gadget charging, and a strategy for warming up a cold airplane-food-bread-roll at 40,000 feet.

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Jesi Hoolihan: Business Trip Titan by

A manager who travels for work more than half the year, Jesi shares her tips on staying balanced and looking sharp while on the move (plus her favorite travel item that always saves the day before a big meeting). 

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