After a year of spending 50% of my time on road, I’ve learned a thing or two about traveling. I breeze through security without violations or pat downs, I never pay for drinks at the airport or on a flight, and I’ve mastered the art of ‘get-shit-done’ while cruising above 10,000 feet. These my friends, are the acquired skills of a road warrior.
Recently I came across a product that I will now never travel without. My Vinyasa Scarf from lululemon. I learned long ago that traveling with some sort of large snuggly scarf was critical. It works as a blanket or pillow when I need to take a nap, it covers the stains on my shirt that I get from trying to consumer beverages on a bumpy plane, and most importantly I still look (ok, maybe just feel) cute when I get off the plane after a 14 hour travel day. All hail the scarf!
While browsing at lululemon at the Mall of America (seriously, that place is overwhelming and ridiculous) my hand brushed across a stack of these scarves. It stopped me in my tracks and I instantly needed whatever I was touching. I’m a sucker for scarves, and once the sales girl wrapped me up in it no less then 10 ways I was sold. As soon as I got home I watched the recommended YouTube video and practiced the art of Vinyasa Scarf origami. Basically, I haven’t taken the thing off since I got it. Please my friends, do yourself a favor and snag yourself one of these oh-so-soft and versatile scarves.
Happy travels to you!