Friday, June 1, 2018

Travel Tips, Tricks & Hacks + HM # 186

This week's theme is "Travel".  I am sharing DIYs to make travelling easy. Scroll down to see what other blogger have to share on the topic of Travel tips, tricks & hacks and link up your recipes, DIY, crafts, decor with us at Home Matters Link Party #186.

Planning a trip? We've got some awesome travel tips, tricks, and hacks to help you make the most of your vacation. Plus, link up at Home Matters with recipes, DIY, crafts, decor. #Travel #TravelTips #HomeMattersParty

Cable cosy from Sammy @ Live it Love it Make it

How to make your own first aid kit from Meredith @ Cleverly Simple

DIY Travel pillow from Sahana @ Vikalpah

DIY Travel toothbrush holder from Sarah @ Must have mom

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  1. I'm glad you mentioned the First Aid kit. It's amazing how handy that becomes especially when traveling with kids. Someone always needs a Band-aid or something like that. #HomeMattersParty

  2. A first aid kit is a good idea even if you aren't traveling. So glad you included that in your roundup. #HomeMattersParty

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  5. Thanks for the tips! I travel a lot, so it'll definitely be useful for me. For instance, not so long ago, I visited Paris, and I'm glad I didn't have any problems with my belongings there. I joined a few secret food tours paris and learned a lot about the culture of France and its cuisine, so I think it's an important aspect for travelers.

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  7. Thank you for the advice, when I travel I relax and gain new strength and overcome stress. Traveling was recommended to me by a psychologist from It is a really valid way to improve your mental health

  8. My Vueling flight got canceled, and I'm quite keen to understand the procedure for claiming compensation in light of this inconvenience. Would you be able to furnish me with comprehensive guidance regarding the necessary steps I must follow to initiate a compensation request and guarantee the protection of my rights as a passenger? I'm eager to have a clear understanding of the entire process and the rights I'm entitled to as a passenger in such situations.

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