“We may place blame, give reasons, and even have excuses; but in the end, it’s an act of cowardice to not live your dreams.” – Dr. Steve Maraboli
Where will you wander dear reader? – Wanderology Girl
One of my favorite parts of visiting the Gulf of Mexico towns, are these amazing creatures. I just stopped and watches a pelican, flap his enormous wings through the air, over the shimmering water, and soared down into a graceful landing, to glide upon the water near the sponge dock, where I was standing. You have to really experience an up close, and personal encounter, to feel you have been truly, and formally introduced and amazed by this enormous bird. More Tarpon Spring’s adventures on the way! -Wanderogy Girl
Going on a beach town tour has its obstacles. Packing the right amount, and the essentials needed, is the goal. When chosing your wardrobe for the trip, think simple, interchangeable, and multi purpose. I like to start with a color scheme, It makes putting outfits together much easier. My next tip is to try to pack 14 wardrobe items or less. Light weight wrinkle free fabrics are best. The only exception to the rule is that I bring my favorite linen beach pants… I just fold them neatly and hope for the best.
Always bring a super strong sunscreen, a floppy hat, sunglasses, flip flops, sandles, travel size skin care, make-up and toiletries. I bring very simple jewelry because you may pick up some cute beachy little bracelets or necklaces in the boardwalk shops. Below are pictures of my 14 items for my next road trip this week and a picture of my Eddie Bauer Boundary 24 liter backpack which I love for week long trips and it’s guaranteed for life.
I cherry picked things that can fit easily in my backpack. 2 neutral colored T-shirts, 1 graphic T-shirt, 2 tanks for the beach and for layering, 1 pair of denim shorts, 1 lightweight hoody sweatshirt for breezy nights, 1 swimsuit with swim trunks, 1 sundress, 1 light weight button up cardigan, 1 pair of trendy leggings for lounging or layering, 1 black maxi skirt that can be dressed up or down as needed, my favorite pair of striped, seaside, comfy, linen pants, and a light mango and white, chevron striped tunic. Hello! Beach Towns ……. here she comes!
Some of my favorite travel essentials I can carry in a purse. Cute hairbands from @Goodie,
Small bag of @Clinique makeup, lipstick,compact,moisture surge thirst relief for skin (a flight attendant’s best friend)
natural Glee gum with no artificial sweetner, (so my ears don’t pop on the plane),
granola bar for non-meal flights ,
note pad & pen @Brighton,
phone with earphones,
On Guard@doterra spray (for spraying dirty table tops and hands in public),
eyecream@cindycrawford(meaingfulbeauty) for long red eye flights,
pill box with Ibruprophen for headaches & motion sickness pills,
of coarse a passport (One of the best souvenirs). Happy Travels……. -Wanderologygirl