Travel Guide: The One about Purchasing Luggage – Check-In Baggage, Carry On and Personal Items for Travel

For those who are first time travelers and those who have traveled internationally before, there is always a concern about the weight of our luggage and what is allowable by the airline company. A few airline companies have lowered their maximum size limit which makes things a little difficult for those own older luggage but for those who are planning to travel for the first time, shop wisely and know […]

The One about the COACH Sullivan Small Messenger (Midnight Denim) Shoulder Bag (F72108 DWF)

Having own a good number of COACH leather bags, I needed a messenger and also with a color I didn’t own. So, the COACH Sullivan Small Messenger Shoulder Bag (Leather/Midnight Denim) was what I have been looking for. The Sullivan features several pockets: two zipper pockets (front is 7.5 x 7.5 inches and the inside is 7 x 6.5 inches), credit card slot pocker and one mobile pocket, you can […]

The One about Choosing between a Backpack or Shoulder Bag for Traveling

A question I receive a lot is whether I prefer to use a backpack or shoulder bag when traveling. I use both and both have their own positives and negatives. I tend to enjoy using shoulder bags, since I tend to prefer the classy black or brown leather and I have easy access to everything I need.  Want to grab something, it’s right there on my side, ready for access. […]

The One about the Delsey Luggage Chatillon 28-Inch Trolley Duffel

Delsey is one of the best known luggage makers in the world. While the company originated back in 1946 courtesy of Emile Delahaye and Seynhaeve brothers (who joined their names to create the Delsey brand), the quality of their bags goes as far back as 1911 when Etablissements Delahaye manufactured cases for cameras and also covers for typewriters and record players. But in 1946, the company would begin focused in […]

The One about the CamelBak Lobo Hydration Pack

As I start to run and cycle more and focus on my water drinking, I have been researching various hydration packs. One that fit my budget and my needs was the CamelBak Lobo Hydration Pack. Since 1988, Petaluma-based outdoor equipment company, CamelBak Products, LLC  has been releasing their hydration products to the U.S. military and law enforcement agencies but also to the general public The idea came from CamelBak founder […]

The One about the Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Bag

I have heard about how efficient the Crumpler Seven Million Dollar Home Bags are. Having seen photographers rave about them, I figured that before I left to Japan, I would purchase one and see how it would work. To my surprise, the bag was much smaller than I expected but having used this bag on my trip, I have to say it was a fantastic purchase! The bag (dimensions are: […]

The One About the COACH MBC Solid Beach Tote

I often visit the beach during the hot summer and I typically don’t like bringing any of my really nice leather bags to the beach.  It’s typically back-packs or cheap older tote bags that I had in the closet. But since early winter, I have had my eye on the COACH MBC Solid Beach Tote and while COACH has offered several colors of the tote, utilizing the colors of orange, […]

The One about the Thule TEED-117 EnRoute Escort Daypack

Sweden-based company Thule is best known for their outdoor products and when it comes to traveling, I really dig their EnRoute Escort backpacks. I have been using the Thule TEED-117 EnRoute Escort Daypack which is designed for a 17″ MacBook Pro + iPad (note: This backpack will work for any 15.6 PC and 10.1″ tablet). Like previous computer bags, I take a look at protection, comfort, durability and also the […]