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Old School Travel Tips

· I travel like a diva ·

April 3, 2017 2 Comments

I should amend that subtitle to "I travel like a nerdy, alcoholic diva." Let me show you how it's done.

As I’m about to join the jet set as one of Skillpath’s speakers, it’s time I share my travel must haves.

Let’s get real, I’m not going to show you how to pack for 2 weeks in Bali with just a carry-on. I don’t have any experience with the latest chargers/headphones/apps. I don’t even belong to any hotel or airline rewards programs. I kick it old school. I always check a bag. And I always travel with my three old school accessories: a flask (filled), a full-size can of dry shampoo, and books.


Jacket, Chaps. Tee, thrifted. Scarf, consignment. Sweater (around my waist), Banana Republic (consignment). Jeans, M. Belt, thrifted. Boots, Ariat.

The flask of whisky and the full-size dry shampoo are just two of the reasons I have to check a bag. I also just don’t like to show my liquids at security, no matter the size. So I check all my booze and toiletries.

This trip, I’m traveling laptop-free! I am going to attempt to process my photos and write my blogs on the iPad. If all else fails, find me on Instagram or Snapchat to see what I wore in NYC!



What are your top three travel essentials?

April 1, 2017

Kasmira Kit

2 Comments

  1. ~J

    April 6, 2017

    Yeah on being a Skillpath speaker!! Books are one of my travel essentials too. I also like a large, refillable water bottle, and a good lip balm. My lips seem to get really dry while traveling, and I can also use it on my hands if I’m desperate. For in car travel, my “essentials” list is quite a bit longer, especially if I’m sharing driving duties.

    That bag looks super nice for travel!

    • Kasmira Kit

      April 6, 2017

      I love that my oversized laptop fits in this backpack. And it’s pretty, too. 😉

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