Travel Tips: Bring Deodorant With You On The Plane!!!

Had to take a minute and pause for the cause from the last blog post and touch on something real quick. I was just on a plane two days ago and something came to my attention. I am a vegan, if you don’t already know, and I don’t wear deodorant like that. I might put on deodorant once a month because I don’t eat junk food and my body doesn’t pour out toxins as bad as the average person who eats a lot of junk food. I remember one time I visited my friend in Toronto and I hung out with him for about a week, and couple months later when I was trying to talk to him about health, I told him that the whole time I was there in Toronto I did not put on any deodorant. He was shocked and I explained to him that is from eating healthy. 

          But there are times that out of nowhere my body just perspires and I stink badly and need to bring deodorant with me, and that is when I am on the plane heading to my destination. I don’t know what it is, maybe it’s the stress that comes with traveling, maybe I just get impatient and I just want to hurry up and get to where I am going, maybe because I get a little nauseous, I have no idea. I just know that I smell really really bad when I am on a plane heading somewhere. I think it is a good idea for everyone to carry stuff like that with you in your carry on luggage when you are headed somewhere, because you never know what may happen. You don’t want to smell like that on a 20 hour flight, and that just puts other peoples nostrils in danger. I remember I was heading to Bangkok and I left Calgary Alberta, and the flight was already 2 hours delayed, and then when I got to San Francisco I had to wait another 3 hours for the next flight. So by the time I got to Japan, which was another 10 hour flight, my armpits were on fire. It also didn’t help that there was no A/C in the Narita airport. I didn’t have my deodorant in my carry on luggage, so I went into the restroom and I had to wipe underneath my armpits with soap and water. 

I think a lot of people can relate to what I am saying, this is just a traveling tip. If it is not you and it is just me, then I feel somewhat embarrassed lol. Riding in first class does help though. You can kick back and relax, and on an international flight, you have plenty of room. Knowing that you are not scrunched up with the person next to you, and you can recline your chair far back enough to where it feels like a bed and you can go to sleep, really relives the stress and your probably won’t perspire as much. This right here is a quick tip, I will write another blog shortly and get back to part 2 with dealing with your inner demons.


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