- Bose Quiet Comfort Acoustic Noise-Cancelling Headphones -- When it's time to make the world go away, accept no substitutes.
- A fully loaded iPad Air 2 -- With this handy ultra lightweight tablet, I'll be able to make videos, write and record songs, watch movies, practice the piano and work on my music theory, Skype my pals and a lot of other things I haven't even thought of yet.
- A Satechi bottle top portable humidifier -- Nothing has the capacity to minimize my vocal mojo quite like a dry hotel room. If nothing's wrong, that dryness can make things problematic. And if there's a problem, it can make things worse. The steam from a hot shower helps in a small room -- but not for long. This portable device is a great solution. Its simple, fits on just about any water bottle and will last up to 8 hours.
- I hate to sound like Howard Hughes but the tap water on airplanes is notoriously filthy and everything else is suspect. Thanks to Britta, I've fallen out of the habit of buying a bottle of water whenever I'm thirsty. And when it's this easy to drink water, I tend to avoid everything else.
- ...and because I'm turning into a boy scout, I'll need a portable charger.
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
My Travel Essentials -- The Top Five
Of course, there are certain things that live in anyone's carry on bag when traveling internationally -- passport, wallet, a very smartphone, housekeys. And there's the well-stocked girly bag that always lives in just about any purse -- hand cream, hand sanitizer, lip balm, tissue, etc. These are a few of the other things that are coming with me when I fly the friendly skies next week.