• pensivepalindrome

      Thank you! Haha yes I feel so gross in airports or train stations without it. Just followed you, love your blog layout and content 🙂

  1. I love posts like these, I in general love “whats in my bag posts” but traveling bag posts are great because it helps me figure out what to pack in mine- I always feel like I forget crucial things such as something something so simple as lip balm lol

    xo, JJ

    • pensivepalindrome

      Thank you! I’m glad it could be of some help. I feel you thought…there’s nothing worse than realizing you forgot something important at home haha.

  2. This was a pretty useful list! Instead of a good book, however, I tend to pack a sketchbook and a few pencils. I enjoy sketching the people and things I see for fun 🙂

  3. Except the glasses and the passport case, I carry all of this around too! I good book and music is (in my opinion) so necessary for travelling, especially when you’re covering long distance! And haha, cheers to the old iPods! I still use the iPod ‘classic’!

    • pensivepalindrome

      Yess another iPod user! People act like the iPod is from some dark age time period but I still stand by it’s more convenient hahah. Definitely a good book and music can make the waiting or layover time speed by

      • Hahahahaha. People really do! It’s much more convenient! My iPhone died the other day whilst I was listening to Youtube and what did I do, whip out the iPod of course!

  4. Also: zip-bags, wet wipes (not only for hands, but, let’s say…dirty sneakers – here you go!). Seriously, you’d be surprised how useful this stuff might be.

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