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1.AirFly, a wireless transmitter that'll connect your AirPods (or any other wireless headphones) to the headphone jack on the flight so you can enjoy all the free entertainment without being forced to bring two sets of headphones or use the crappy ones they have the AUDACITY to charge for on some flights.
2.A Bandolier phone case with a wallet and a strap to keep your phone close to but out of your hands wherever your travel adventure takes you.
3.Silicone earplugs to reduce the pressure in your ears because sometimes you can't avoid getting an ~earful~ when the plane is taking off (and from the woman sitting next to you).
4.A Wallet Ninja with 18 different functions designed specifically to fit in your pocket and save the day when your glasses break and you need a screwdriver to put them back together. Or to help your phone stand up so you can watch TV on the flight. (Both are pretty important TBH.)
5.The Airhook – it holds phones and tablets and attaches to the seat in front of you so you can be entertained on every flight, even the ones without seat-back entertainment. Plus, this has fold-down cup holder, so you don't have to worry about using your tray table and then panicking when you still have half a drink left and need to use the bathroom.
6.An electronics organizer to not only keep all the wires from getting tangled into one giant mess but also make it super easy to reach into your bag and grab your headphones before the baby's crying gets too loud.
7.A foot hammock made out of memory foam because we can't all afford to fly first class, but this little gadget will make you feel like you can (even if it doesn't come with free champagne).
8.PlaneAire I saw Dan Levy from Schitt's Creek rave about, so if it's good enough for Dan, it's def good enough for me (and you) to use to easily spray and remove bacteria from the surfaces on the plane.
9.An anti-theft backpack with the main body zipper on the inside (against your back while in use) so you can feel safer knowing that nobody will be able to unzip it when you're in a crowded unfamiliar space.
10.A Dagne Dover duffle bag with a sleeve you can put over suitcase that's worth the splurge because you'll be able to fit everything you need for a flight in it...and then swiftly put it under your seat to avoid the Hunger Games-style fight for overhead bin space.
11.An external battery so powerful that it can charge your phone up to three times before it needs to be charged itself (now that's convenient).
12.A dual-zip crossbody big enough to fit all the essentials you need for the day but thin enough to not weigh you down and not take up a ton of space in your luggage. And that's a win-win-win in my book.
13.A TSA-approved toiletry bag so you can easily stash your liquids and be ready when you go through security (and not hold up the line because everyone hates that).
14.A six-port USB charger that'll not only be super convenient at hotels (because you'll only need to find one working outlet), but will also ensure that you don't need to bring a small collection of bricks to charge all your devices.
15.A sleep mask designed with a 3D contoured shape, which just means there's more space where your eyes go, so there's no pressure on them (you can also even open them), but it still provides total darkness so you can try and catch some zzz's when you have a 6 a.m. flight you had to get up at 3 a.m. to catch.
16.A travel-size steamer so you don't look a mess when you realize that super cute shirt you packed actually wrinkles really easily in your suitcase.
17.A set of packing cubes—once you use them, you'll wonder how you've lived this long without them in your life. They help keep your clothes organized and allow you to pack more in your suitcase, which is always important in my opinion.
18.Some travel shoe bags to keep both shoes together and also make sure all the gross stuff on the bottom of those shoes doesn't get on your nice clean clothing.
19.A pair of compression socks to stop your feet and legs from swelling up as much as Violet Beauregarde did in Willy Wonka's factory.
20.A tray table cover with four pockets (that stretch) so you can keep whatever you need to get through the flight close by and not even touch the gross seat-back pocket once.
21.A portable white noise machine that'll work hard while you sleep at night to block all the noises that come with staying in a hotel room. (Looking at you elevator and ice machine!!!!!)
22.A heat-resistant silicone mat so you can wrap up your hot curling iron and straightener and throw 'em in your bag as you run out the door to catch a cab to the airport because you're late...again.
23.An anti-blister balm for when you're in a ~pinch~ and want to make sure that you don't get blisters from walking all day.
24.A travel passport wallet with RFID blocking so you not only have a place to store your important things, but also to protect them.
25.A felt bag organizer to turn your purse or carry-on into a neatly organized place where you can find everything you're looking for instead of the black hole of disaster it usually is.
26.A lightweight travel blanket so compact, it won't take up your whole carry-on bag but *WILL* keep you warm when it's -7 degrees on your flight.
27.Bose QC20 Earbuds that'll ~cancel~ all the noise (i.e. plane sounds, crying babies, talkative seat mates), and let you focus on whatever new podcast you've been obsessing over. Before you know it, you'll be at your destination.
28.A jewelry organizer you'll be so thankful for because enough is enough when it comes to just throwing your jewelry into a bag and thinking it's not going to end up in a complete knot.
29.A stroller so lightweight and compact, it can fit in the overhead bin on a plane. This means you don't have to wait around for it to be retrieved from storage after you deplane. You can just open the stroller and go.