How To Travel When You're Sensitive To Pretty Much Everything

Living in the world as an individual with sensitivities is cumbersome enough without throwing travel into the mix. Breaking established routines are practically sacrilegious to these folks, and with good reason - an entire day, week, or month can be thrown off when one strays from healthy rituals. As a frequent traveler, a complaint I often hear is that the struggle to maintain routines is more than real. While it may require a little more work than the typical jetsetter, there are travel hacks that are sure to keep you on track without feeling the pangs. After all, sensitive beauties deserve to see the world, too!

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The Outdoor Beauty's Packing Guide

Spring is finally creeping up on us! And with those warmer temperatures rolling in, you can guarantee there will be plenty of hiking and camping, especially if you're in this beaUTAHful area we call Salt Lake City. For a lot of Utah babes, the beach isn't your ideal spring break getaway (sand in your unmentionables, spilled beer in your hair, and a ripe sunburn? I'm good, thanks). If you're looking to spend some time in mother nature, I have your essential outdoorsy girl's travel guide right here. Whether you're new to camping or a seasoned barefoot wild child, read on for useful tips and tricks when packing for your next outdoor adventure. 

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The Chronic Overpacker’s Guide To Traveling Light

Even after you’ve filled your suitcase to the very brim, there always manages to be something or other that didn’t make its way into your travels. Attachment to our comforts is definitely relatable, and it makes sense that you’d want to have your safety with you wherever you go. Sometimes, this isn’t always feasible. For the overpacker, we have one word that is going to alleviate a huge portion of your anxiety: versatility. Here’s how to incorporate it into your packing methods. 

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