Top 5 Eco Friendly things to bring traveling

Top 5 Eco Friendly Products

A lot of people find it hard to travel without buying things, having more plastic waste, and feeling not connected to their daily ways of "leave no trace".  It is hard when you are constantly moving and especially in countries that do not focus on environmentalism. It is up to us as individuals to do our best when we travel to honor mother earth first and foremost as the planet is home to all of us. There are easy ways to do this. Here are a few that you may forget about or not even know. I am sure you know about the bamboo/metal straw, bamboo toothbrushes, and some of the simple water bottles. Here is a list of some new ones and one staple to ponder.

1. Steripen and or/Brita Waterbottle Why waste plastic bottles!? With the Steripen or Brita water bottle you can have clean water anywhere you go without buying a single bottle.

1. Steripen and or/Brita Water-bottle

Why waste plastic bottles!? With the Steripen or Brita water bottle you can have clean water anywhere you go without buying a single bottle.

2. Collapsible Silicon Tupperware When you are out eating taking this in your bag and you don't have to walk away with any Styrofoam or plastic bags 

2. Collapsible Silicon Tupperware

When you are out eating taking this in your bag and you don't have to walk away with any Styrofoam or plastic bags

3. Collapsible Tote bags Perfect for wet swimsuits, day shopping, groceries and dirty laundry. I recommend taking a few of these on any trip!

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3. Collapsible Tote bags

Perfect for wet swimsuits, day shopping, groceries and dirty laundry. I recommend taking a few of these on any trip.

4. Castile soap Works for all cleaning, body, laundry, dishes and more and doesn't harm the environment at all. 

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4. Castile soap

Works for all cleaning, body, laundry, dishes and more and doesn't harm the environment at all.

5. Share with Everyone! A great way to make new friends and not waste anything. If you don't think you will eat your leftovers, give them away! 

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Okay, I know its not a product, but it is a successful way of reducing waste and giving more. A great way to make new friends and not waste anything. If you don't think you will eat your leftovers, give them away!

So there it is! Simple and easy but an effective and useful list of resources. So next time you are going on a long trip, know that you carbon footprint doesn't need to be any larger without all your resources you have at home. 

Remember…

DO YOUR RESEARCH

Charging into unknown territory without a sound plan or even so much as a whisper of what’s to be expected can not only leave you frustrated and untouched but perhaps even worse, in a load of trouble. People from different nationalities, no matter how close or how far, take offense differently, and you can never be too careful in trying to be respectful in your conducts .

THE FIRST QUESTION YOU COULD ASK IS NOT DIRECTED TOWARDS ANOTHER, BUT INWARDS. WHAT ARE THE BASICS OF THIS PARTICULAR CULTURE DO I SERVE TO UNDERSTAND BETTER TO BE ABLE TO EMBRACE THE NEXT STEP IN MY JOURNEY?

THE FIRST STEP IS THOROUGH RESEARCH.

Luckily, there are plenty of contemporary methods you can use to your advantage to learn about different cultures. Concretely, the internet is your best source of information. Not only can you read up about the culture that interests you in online archives, but you can also go a step further and follow social media networks and Facebook groups from that region. Be sure to also join forums and discussions where you can ask the most burning questions, while also gathering visual information from YouTube videos.

One of the largest limiting belief of travel is almost always shelled in a single notion: money. To travel, you need money, and usually, plenty of it. Fortunately for you, a digital nomad living in the 21 st century, there are numerous budget and low-cost ways to travel the world, from a student discount to a flexible after pay holiday or special last-minute or first-minute deals, and all sorts of travel-hacking knowledge out there. This is the best time to travel the world easily, quickly and comfortably, so make sure to plan your trip well in advance.

Check out our sister company Farawild for all the mindful modern nomad wild woman needs on your next trip!

With gratitude

Your Emotional Body Mapper

Brook Woolf

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