This jewelry roll is perfectly classy and compact, meaning you have no excuse not to be well dressed and accessorized when traveling. This lovely one from Pottery Barn comes in four different colors and can be monogrammed, which only adds to the luxe feel.
We picked up a simple one of these from Target before trying out Spirit Airlines (NEVER AGAIN), and it’s an easy, light thing to throw in the top/front pocket of your suitcase if you’re an indecisive overpacker or like to come home with lots of souvenirs.
This lululemon scarf couldn’t be more perfect for travel. It’s super soft, versatile (see video on their website for all the ways you can wear it), and is basically like having your own personal blanket to snuggle with on the plane.
This cork globe is a conversation piece that serves as the perfect way to humble-brag about your travels. It comes with a set of push-pins to show where you’ve gone, but I would get a second color to show places you want to go and then swap the colors once you check destinations off your list.
We look forward to the day that our kids are old enough to benefit from these kits, which introduce them to the beautiful world we live in. Children learn about geography, music, currency, cultures, and different people groups. It’s a great way to show children that the world does not revolve around them and that it’s a fun place to explore. The kits can be bought per month or have 6 and 12 month subscriptions. There are different kids for different ages, going from 3-12 years old.
Ok…maybe this is a stretch, but hey, we first discovered Nespresso this year the Park Hyatt in Abu Dhabi, and all good travel planning sessions are caffeine-felled, right? The most delicious coffee-pods we’ve had by far.
And last but not least…
We already know that some lucky folks will be finding mystery trips under the tree! We’re also happy to do gift cards for those who need a little extra time to settle on the details of their mystery trip.