Away Luggage has expanded their collection of bags to include The Zip Backpack, The Front Pocket Backpack, The Small Zip Backpack, The Laptop Bag, The Longitude Tote, The Latitude Tote, The Backpack, The Pet Carrier, The Everywhere Bag, The Daypack, The Duffle, The Weekender, The Zip Tote, The Messenger Bag, The Garment Bag, and the Sling Bag. These are great gifts for travelers, but also versatile bags for every day life!
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I own the Carry-On w/ Pocket and love it as well as The Weekender bag. I can travel for months with those bags!
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Every year 36+ million rolls of toilet paper are used. To produce that paper requires 15 million trees and 473 billion gallons of water. Just to throw away... Bidets are incredibly common around the world, but there is a definite stigma in North America around them. Sonny is a great, stylish looking options that requires no installing or plumbing and can last 3 weeks between charges!
Try some unwipes, family cloth, reusable toilet paper to dry off and you’re good to go!
Every day 1.5 billion cotton swabs are produced and they are a huge source of marine pollution. Eek!
Last Swab has created 2 swab designs - one standard swab style and one makeup swab style. They come in a protective case and are available in lots of colors. They are soft and flexible for comfortable use, yet durable to be washed and reused for years to come! What a great solution!
More than 80 billion pieces of single use cutlery and chopsticks are thrown away every year with an average American throwing away about 1,000 pieces! Not only is this wasteful, but turtles and other marine life are affected and so are we as many disposable plastics contain BPA that could cause cancers and infertility.
Some people have done a great job DIYing a kit with regular sized silverware and chopsticks, which is a really affordable option!
Outlery has engineered stainless steel cutlery and chopsticks that are easy to clean and come in a recycled tin box. They are collapsible so they fit super conveniently into your pocket in a tin that reminds me of a mint or gum tin!
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