I have been traveling a bit lately and spend a lot of time moving my bags from one place to another. You realize, when you travel often, just what you need (and moreover just what you don’t need) to lug through security yet one more time.
My travels take me to hotels, but also to other people’s homes (having spent a lot of time hosting travelers, I know a lot of people in a lot of places) and I often stay for a couple of nights. This leads me to unabashedly checking their medicine chests and under the sink storage for something I need, but decide not to lug with me: cotton balls, toilet paper, tweezers, nail file, pumice stone, that kind of thing.
All this totally innocent, (or more aptly), self-serving-and-time-and-sanity-saving-since-I-despise-the-drug-store snooping made me want to make a list of alternative items I use in the bath that are non-toxic, natural, organic or all of the above:
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