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compression socks

Should I Wear Compression Socks for Flying on a Long Flight?

For many years I didn’t wear flight socks. Then, about 15 years ago I broke my arm and elbow badly, requiring 4 hours of surgery to repair it. My wife and I were booked to go on a Caribbean cruise for two weeks less than a month after my surgery, which meant an 8 hour…

Best carry on luggage for men

Best Carry On Luggage for Men (Real Examples From Real People)

I provide my current favorite, and the current favorites of some of my friends, who travel with only a carry on bag for short trips. Perhaps they aren’t actually the best carry on luggage for men, although they might be, but they do work for us and at least we have actually used them!

best gadgets to make flying more comfortable

Best Gadgets to Make Flying More Comfortable in 2022

I have flown on many long haul flights, and at 6ft 2in tall, with long legs, I have had to learn to either live with the discomfort or do something about it. I have learned to do the latter with the help of some gadgets to make flying more comfortable always in my carry on….

Best TSA Approved Quart Size Bag for Liquids | Full Details 1

Best TSA Approved Quart Size Bag for Liquids | Full Details

Having your liquids properly presented at airport security in a TSA approved quart-sized bag will not only make your passage through security quicker but will also help those passengers behind you in the line. A TSA approved quart-size bag for air travel is intended to hold any liquids you might have in your carry on…

Best inflatable leg rest for flights

Best Inflatable Foot Rest for Travel that Actually Work

There have been many products that have come onto the market designed to make flying, particularly in economy class, more comfortable. One of the newest of these is the inflatable leg rest for flights. Between my wife and I, we have tried a few of these over the last few years. This includes inflatable, and…

re-timer light therapy glasses

Re-Timer Sleep Glasses – Jet Lag Reduction

The Re-Timer sleep glasses have been developed over the past 25 years by sleep psychologists Prof. Leon Lack and Dr Helen Wright at an Australian university. They are designed with jet lag and shift workers particularly in mind but can help other sleep disorders. They are recommended by many sleep clinics. If you are traveling…