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What to Pack for Your Camping Trip

We’ve all gotten somewhere and realize we’ve forgotten something. When you’re camping, it’s often not possible to take a quick trip back home to grab supplies. That’s why we’ve come up with this list. 1. Pack a first aid kit that includes band aids, antibiotic ointment, and anti-itch cream. If you take medications, organize them with a pill box or pill organizer. 2. [...]

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What to Pack for the Gym

If you regularly go to the gym or want to get into the habit of doing so, these tips can help make your time there as fruitful as possible. Sometimes gyms offer water coolers or drinking fountains where you can take a quick sip or fill up your water bottle. If not, make sure to fill up ahead of [...]

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What to Do If You’re Experiencing Air Sickness

Even if we’ve gotten lots of sleep and eaten healthy foods, sometimes we still feel nauseous on airplanes, especially when there's turbulence. Read these tips if you're prone to feeling sick while flying. 1. Try to find something calming and relaxing to do, like listening to soft, soothing music (it might not be the best time to listen [...]

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Back to School Essentials

1. ElectroLight Backpack   2. Umbrella   3. Ice Mate Cool Towel4. ElectroLight Ditty Bag   5. FeatherLight Wallet  6. Plush Travel Blanket 7. ElectroLight Mesh Bag   8. Twill Toiletry Kit   9. Comfort Eye Mask 10. Surge Protector   11. Twill Hanging Toiletry Kit [...]

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Adventures on the Orcas Islands (Part 2)

This is part 2 of Logan Haven's journey to the San Juan Islands. See part 1 here!As we neared our second camp, the tides began to change from high to low. The currents stopped working against us and we flowed towards our campsite. The waves swelled up and down.As we approached camp the waves had not [...]

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Tips for Germ-Free Travel

No one likes being sick, but it’s especially burdensome when you’re traveling. By following these simple tips, you may be able to reduce your chances of feeling anything less than stellar on your trip. When the water quality is questionable, use water bottles with filters. Since a sink isn't always accessible, it's a good idea to keep some antibacterial hand sanitizer with [...]

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Like Nothing is in the Bag

Let me just start off by saying that my momma loves her ElectroLight Backpack, and I mean she really loves it. She brings this bag everywhere, on day trips and vacations, on sprees to the store and hikes around a national park. When I sat down and asked her about it, she said that she loves that it is [...]

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Adventures on the Orcas Islands

I spent my youth in the orange sand deserts in southern Utah. The land feels ancient and mystical as if there are untold stories thousands of years old within every shrub, grain of sand, and rock. It pulses with life in the colors of browns deep as the earth, reds as rich as life, meek and muted greens, and [...]

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Sweaty Girls on a Hike

Living in Manhattan is an adventure in itself. Given all the places to eat and drink, neighborhoods to visit, festivals, and museum exhibits, every weekend can feel like a trip to a new city, a new state, or even a new country. Yet every so often one needs an escape. The best way to break away from the oppressive concrete [...]

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