Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from my friend Kendis Gibson, a reporter for NBC News and MSNBC, who tweeted a great travel hack for anyone in need of a collar stay:
Life hack… when I don’t have a collar stay.. I break and use a q tip. (goofy look, comes naturally) pic.twitter.com/ls2qJS3FWd
— kendis (@kendisgibson) September 14, 2019
A great tip for when you’re in a pinch and you need a collar stay. Thanks, Kendis!
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