Today’s tip is a simple one: Always keep a few tissues (or napkins, etc.) in your pockets when you’re traveling—in addition to putting a few in your carry-on bag—so you have them ready at a moment’s notice. You never know (at least if you’re like me and my family) when your nose will start to run, or you’ll have to deal with a spill. When your flight is about to take off, for example, you don’t want to have to scramble down the aisle with your nose leaking all over the place. Same thing when the seatbelt sign is on, or really anytime. Stay prepared!
Related: Bring Tissues (or Toilet Paper)
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