Having a Travel Makeup Bag makes life so much easier. You don’t have to worry about switching bags back and forth. Naturally I am a very organised person and when it comes to my Travel Makeup Bag there aren’t any exceptions.
Most times when planning a trip, I overdo the packing and have to refer to my own tips on how to pack light hassle free. Once I do this, I skim through the luggage(s) a few times removing any necessary items. Being over-weight is a bitch so I always aim to leave room just in case.
Let’s be realistic for a moment. Natural hair is a job. It’s beautiful and freeing to be able to wear our hair the way God created it, but it takes a bit of work to manage at times. It’s easier when you’re in the comfort of your own bathroom or salon, all necessary products on deck. Managing natural hair during a trip is a different ball game.
When I first decided to “go natural” almost five years ago, I didn’t think much about how I would style it while traveling. After many road trips, hotel stays, and some plan rides in between, I’ve had some experience with finding the best ways to maintain natural hair while traveling. Here are a few styles, hacks, and secrets about how to maintain naturally curly hair while traveling.
It was around the second week of July 2016 and I couldn’t remember when last I had taken a day off from work. At the time my cousin Joey was on vacation in Disney Orlando, Florida with his family. I longed for a break from work and since we hadn’t seen each other in a long time we decided to meet up in Miami on his return from Orlando.
As I began searching for flights luck was on my side! Flights were available from as low as $250 from Panama City. Some holidays were coming up towards the end of August so I thought what a perfect time! So I took a chance and bought the ticket even before getting my leave approved. Life is about taking chances and I think some of the best moments happen spontaneously.
Trinidad and Tobago is a twin-island country with a population of just over 1.3 million. It is located in the Caribbean, off the northern edge of the South American mainland. The country used to be governed by the British Colony until it gained Independence in 1962 and subsequently became a Republic in 1976. It comprises of two small islands which is governed by one Government body, headed by a President.
Trinidad and Tobago is known for its Carnival and is the birthplace of steelpan, limbo, and the music styles of calypso, soca, parang, chutney, chutney soca, soca parang, rapso etc.
Packing a luggage for a trip can be a pain in the butt. You always have to consider the weight limits associated with each flight and pack accordingly. It can be frustrating thinking about having to fit all your planned outfits, shoes etc into 1 or 2 luggages. Admittedly I am not a very light packer. I love being organized and hate last minute but I always tend to pack “just in case” outfits and shoes. Most time they end up being unused. I tend to get a little paranoid thinking that I may not have sufficient clothing items when I am on my trip. Even when there should be some excitement when packing for a vacation or get away trip, it can be a tiresome task for most people.
Portobelo is located in the Province of Colon, which is on the northern side of Panama. It was once the hub for Export and Trade and was originally named “Puerto Bello” by legend Christoper Columbus. Portobelo means “Beautiful Port”. – wikipedia