Vacations are wonderful! Packing for vacation? Decidedly less so. It takes time and it takes some concentration. Choosing what to bring, trying to prepare for all contingencies, and getting it all to fit into the ever shrinking luggage size requirements of modern air travel is no easy feat. A business trip may come up last-minute, leaving little time to arrange a great traveling bag. When you travel, whether for work or vacation, packing is always something you want to take a little extra time double checking.
Why does it seem like there is at least one vital thing you forget to pack each time. What a shame that it is almost always remembered right when you have reached a point of no turning back. The image is clear in your mind—you can see the item exactly where you placed it in your bedroom, right on your nightstand.
Ideally a joy but often a chore, travel is an essential part of modern life. We travel for business, for family get togethers, for summer holidays and for so much more. But traveling can involve long hours of being in transit in a vehicle or airplane which can make it strenuous and boring. Thankfully, Convenience Kits International makes traveling easier and more enjoyable with their wide range of travel kits designed to meet all of your travel needs. All you need to do is to choose from their thoughtfully organized collection of personal care items, shampoos and conditioners, oral hygiene and shaving items, deodorants and accessories and select your perfect travel kit to your custom specifications. And when you run low, CKI makes it simple to replenish your supplies as you need them. On the other hand, Convenience Kits International knows that one size does not necessarily fit all, and you may prefer to create your own custom kit, so they also create a provision for you to build your kit using TSA Compliant travel sizes.
Every school year brings with it a myriad of unknowns and opportunities. Perhaps today will be the day he finally makes the varsity team. Then again, perhaps this is the day he gets detention for starting a food fight in the cafeteria. Each day can be as unpredictable as the next and you never really know what you are going to get. So if you are looking be prepared for everything between gym class and a spontaneous food fight then you might want to check out Convenience Kits International. For the busy parent with the kid whose known to get a little messy from time to time, these one stop pre-packed kits will have everything your kid needs to make it through the day fresh, clean and ready for any emergency.
The 4th of July is the holiday when Americans celebrate the birth of the experiment we call America. Sure the British might just label it “unruly colonies day” but Americans take pride in their steely resolve and fierce independence. To celebrate, they’ll be taking to the road this week for destinations of revelry from sea to shining sea. Whether it's a trip to D.C. to take in the monuments of the nation’s capital or a camping trip to take in the great American outdoors, travel and the 4th go hand-in-hand. So if you’re planning a 4th of July road trip you’ll want to be sure you don’t leave the house without all of your essential basics - including the one hygiene product you always seem to forget. With a comprehensive pre-packed travel kit, you’ll never have to worry about forgetting any essential item again. The bears might not care if you forget your deodorant, but the family you have to share a tent with will thank you for grabbing your kit before you go.
The world is an amazing place and some of its greatest beauties are often a ways off the beaten path. From camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and beyond, hitting the great outdoors has become a global passion that has only grown in popularity since city dwelling life has increased. While the benefits of ditching rush hour traffic for clean air and blue skies are pretty universal, the truth is that not everyone embraces the rustic nature of outdoor life. Many dislike the void of modern conveniences and, for others, the wildlife - from bugs to bears - is a bit too much. However, with a little prepping, a trip outdoors doesn’t have to be a return the Stone Age. One can enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors while keeping up their personal hygiene as if they were staying at the Ritz Carlton hotel.
It is perhaps a misnomer to call this product luxury given that most only cost a few bucks. Then again, the problem this product solves has such unparalleled convenience it sounds like something one might expect to cater to those who can easily buy a solution to any problem. Convenience Kits International has made travel, hygiene and social outreach easier than ever before. While the products themselves solve an immediate problem for any traveler, it is the social impact that makes this organization truly unique. The same type of products they might sell to the well-off business person flying in first class are also available in many forms for the homeless, downtrodden and needy. Luxury convenience and social impact have met at a unique juncture and I think you’ll see why below.
To say that travelling can be a stressful experience would be an understatement. To say that travelling through a modern airport is like swimming in the ocean, or better yet, the Dead Sea, after repeatedly nicking yourself shaving would be putting it lightly. Let’s face it, anything and everything that makes this experience a little easier is worth its weight in gold. Throw in a couple of screaming kids and an overly touchy feely TSA agent and you might literally pay gold for anything that can bring relief. Thankfully, a king’s ransom is unnecessary. For just a few bucks you can pick up the most common sense item that every traveller needs. In fact, it makes so much sense it might actually be genius. The hygiene travel kit is the most obvious thing you’ve never thought of before, but once you do you’ll never go back.
Are you planning a solo trip to help you experience the wonder of the world, while also discovering a more authentic version of you? Then you’ve got a lot to think about and even more to be excited about! But, it’s important to consider the practical aspects, as well as the spirit of solo travel. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to help you get in the right mindset for an amazing trip that will also save you a few hassles along the way.
It's already March. If you're in business, Q1 has almost come to a close (did you hit your goals?). The year is rapidly flying by and, for students, that means it's time for a break. Not just any break though, THE break of the year.
Spring break is the time for students of all ages and levels to unwind and forget about school for a week, sometimes more. No more pencils, no more books, no more teacher's dirty looks, you know the song.
Typically, when you think about spring break, you think about droves of scantily clad students flocking to paradise-esque locations ala Florida, Hawaii, or the beaches of Mexico. Movies have been made about it, social media posts glorify it and, when you're a student, you live for those moments and memories.
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If helping those in need has been on your mind for a while, today might be the day we give you the little push you need to start. Maybe you feel like there are so many people needing help that you don’t know where to begin, or perhaps you’ve been wondering how best to help them.
As a leading provider of hygiene kits for the homeless and others in need, and collaborators with the National Health Care for Homeless Council and National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, we are no stranger to the world of charity.
So, let’s take a look at the types of organizations you might find in your neighborhood, the people in need and what you can easily do to lend a hand.
Business travel can be exciting when you're travelling for new business and opportunities. Frequent business travel, however, can be tiring and especially difficult for women who have families at home. For mothers (and fathers too) regular business travel can leave you feeling anxious and guilty about missing out at home while trying to stay present on your business trip.
In this article, we've listed some ways to help make your business travel run smoothly so you can stay focused on business while balancing your family life at home. The key to making business travel work for you is making things convenient and easy for your individual situation.
Keep reading below for our tips on making business travel work for women with families.
Staying clean and fresh is essential whether you are on more adventurous travels, or you are off on a short city break. With the discomfort associated with travel, it will be familiar with anyone that has done short haul or any international. It is not only about crowded airports, tiny airline toilets, bad food and cramped airline seats. Travelling; waiting in line, transfers, airport layovers and everything that goes with it is frustrating and sweaty and after days on a long way journey, or after a full day, of negotiating trains, airport and baggage claims you will not be your freshest. It goes exclusive of saying that staying for too long with sweats is uncomfortable not to say unhygienic but there is no certain way to kill off a holiday romance before it has even started than by being unkempt and smelly.
Staying clean and fresh on long trips and journeys can be a pain, whether you are traveling domestically or internationally for business or pleasure you will always end of stiff, sweaty and not looking your best.
A wash, shave and a spray of deodorant or aftershave will not only make you presentable for your business meeting, it will improve your relationship with the person in the next seat on the plane. Sitting next to someone with horrific body odour on an eleven hour transatlantic flight is a really bad way to start or end your trip.
Whether you are off on a short city break or on more adventurous travels staying fresh and clean is essential. Anyone that has done any international, or even short haul, travel will be familiar with the discomfort associated with travel. And I’m not just talking about cramped airline seats, tiny airline toilets, bad food and crowded airports. Traveling; airport layovers, transfers, waiting in line and everything that goes with it is sweaty and frustrating and after a full day, or days if you are traveling a long way, of negotiating airports, trains and baggage claims you will certainly not be your freshest.