What the fluff are we doing? She must be so confused right now.
Laska, what is this maze that we've set up? Do you know what's going on? Noooooooo!!! I didn't think so.
Hello Tangerineys and welcome back.
If you're a new here, my name is Maddie, I'm Jordan and this is Laska.
She's trying to escape.
Ah! Over the past two years we have been traveling all across the country of Mexico in our Tangerine Prius C (The compact version if the Toyota Prius).
Basically, everything that we own in this world has to fit in there including our husky, Laska.
[Laughter] She's like: “You guys are talking about me” Since we have a dog and a small car, we only get two suitcases each – a big one and a small one, so, absolutely everything in there is of utmost importance to us.
Today, we're going to show you all of our travel essentials – what exactly can fit into our car including our husky, who takes up the one whole seat in the back? Yes, let's do it! So, when you're traveling with a dog, naturally, a lot of the stuff you have is for the dog.
This is the food.
Costco brand, really high quality.
She doesn't throw it up like she does with a lot of foods.
It's nice to have some containers to put her food in so we don't have to be digging into this bag and tying it up every single time.
When we're staying in a whole bunch of different airbnb, these (Lint Rollers) are really nice to have.
We also have one that's reusable.
I really wanted to get one that was reusable because with Laska comes a lot of fur.
So it was just being never-ending trash cycles, so we're trying to cut down a little bit and we have this thing which the packaging actually calls 'the ugly duckling' and their slogan is 'it's not pretty but it works' and it actually does.
Probably one of the weirdest things we own.
And these are her toys.
which she really wants to play with right now.
[Laughter] Oh! Nice, Laska.
[Laughter] A couple of brushes.
We have some biodegradable poop bags, her “spot” as we call it.
A bath mat that we bought from Costco and it folds nicely like this.
It works as a dog bed.
I think much less expensive too than a regular dog bed.
Yeah, it was like 10 bucks.
Another thing that falls in the Laska category.
[Laska barking] Laska.
Are her bowls, which we didn't mention, and just like a disclaimer here, I know there are a fair bit of things that are going to come out of the cracks of this apartment after this dry run.
For instance, I remembered that this was in the fridge – my cold brew coffee maker which I'm hoping will be able to come with us because I really enjoy making cold brew and that's not something you can find all over Mexico but it is highly breakable and we might not have enough room for it.
That and things like these glass containers, we're not totally sure that we're going to have enough room for and I know for darn sure that more stuff is going to come out and we forgot about it and we'll realize when everything we own has to come out of this apartment.
Now, let's tackle these two bags of randomness.
Hangers; Jordan prefers to hang his stuff up, I usually fold mine, but these are surprisingly expensive in Mexico or at least we haven't found anything that's like ten for a dollar like you can at the 99-cent store in the US.
So we're going to keep these since we have room.
Next in this bag is teeny-tiny tank Vacuum.
Laska sheds everywhere so this is nice, except this thing is kind of a piece of sh*t because it overheats in five minutes, but I (Jordan) 5 minutes? More like a minute.
Do not recommend this but we're taking it because it's still nice to have a vacuum.
Vacuums are not common in Mexico at all.
Some stuff, you just got to vacuum.
We have our diffuser.
We put all of our essential oils in this.
You guys are probably going to think it's absurd how many essential oils that we have but it's one of those things, like we're not going to throw them away, they're way too expensive and we do enjoy doing this for concentration or to give us energy or when we're feeling sick or when there's mold in the apartment.
Next in this bag, something we have for emergencies.
We've never used it to this point and hopefully we never do but it is an am/fm Radio; gives you weather alerts, it can charge your phone with the hand-crank for power, Solar charging flashlight, glow-in-the-dark locator, and headphone jack.
So it does everything you could ever want and then some.
Next is a first aid kit.
Finally, we have this box which we have put our business cards in.
We really need to hand more of these out.
We've had these since Ajijic and .
over a year.
They seem to be multiplying.
We've got my yoga mat here, which I really enjoy.
I don't actually do yoga.
I stretch – I do stretching.
I used to be a gymnast so that's something that I really think is important keeping the body limber.
It keeps you healthy and it is a nice thick yoga mat.
6 millimeters instead of the usual 4.
How do you know that? Because I remember numbers.
Thankfully, we have enough room.
Today, it was like the moment of truth whether I would get to keep this thing.
And finally of the randomness that doesn't fit inside our bags, we have two towels.
We like traveling with them just a case, for beach, or picnic, or whatever.
Some Airbnbs don't have them, also.
If you're staying at a higher-end Airbnb, yeah, they would have towels.
We're usually in the $15 to $30 range per night, so, sometimes those don't have towels.
All we own for the kitchen is two cutting boards, this is a really nice German chef's knife – I think it's one of the best investments I've ever made in terms of like kitchen equipment, three like fork spatula spoon and also like this type of spatula and two nice Costco pans.
This is another thing that we don't always find in our Airbnbs or if you do see them they're rusted out, and scratch to hell, and it just never makes me feel very good about using them, so we travel with this and this is pretty much the essentials as far as what we would ever need for cooking.
As she was doing that, I thought of one more kitchen thing that is ours to accompany our chef's knife.
It's a little knife sharpener as you can see, it's tiny and it was only a few bucks on Amazon.
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Now what's in my backpack? Pair of sunglasses, thing to keep files organized, a computer – which I'm going to have to replace soon because it doesn't hold a charge, charger, camera bag.
we're fortunate that our cameras are very small and we've done that on purpose because we don't want to be those YouTubers who are carrying around giant cameras everywhere not because we have anything against them, we just hate having a lots of stuff and we don't have room for it.
Speaking of cameras, we have this one awesome picture quality, really great camera, You could shoot a wedding with this.
And I'll show you what this one looked like in a mirror.
So, this is what we're shooting on.
This is our Sony action cam with a Rode directional mic.
There's this bracket here and this handheld thing.
That's our main setup.
We use for pretty much every single video.
But back to my bag, a GoPro.
This is the hero 7 black.
We love the footage we can get with a GoPro, but all the accessories you need make it such a pain in the ass.
(Maddie) It is.
We need a whole case just for GoPro accessories which I can't stand.
Not to mention we can basically only use the GoPro for certain types of footage, like time lapses because the audio on it is trash (compared to our other mics/audio) but it is our only fully waterproof camera.
So, when we're around water, it's what we use.
What else do I have in here? Kindle for reading.
A million books in this little guy, a power bank.
It's in this little case.
A couple of earphones.
I just bought the Apple Airpods.
I think they're called, the wireless ones, so I'll be replacing these with that, because can you see that? This is what happens.
And that's my bag aside from a couple of pens and things.
And this is my backpack / purse.
I really love this bag/backpack because it's so multifunctional.
If I want to wear it like a purse I can.
It has two water bottle holders on the side.
In one side I'm usually keeping sunscreen like this – It's a reef shape organic sunscreen.
The other side, I have these reusable produce bags.
Keys for the car.
[Getting languages mixed up and laughing about it.
] How am I doing? [Laughter] Should I be doing a tour of my bag in Spanish? You guys really liked that in our Acapulco video.
So, we might make that a thing from now on.
I have a travel pack of tissues which is a hundred percent essential in Mexico because you never know what bathroom you're going into that doesn't have toilet paper.
So, that's a must.
Headphones and a little adapter for them to put in my iPhone.
The portable straw which is telescoping, so I can use less plastic.
Looks like that.
I thought you were never going to use that when you bought it, but you've actually used it quite a bit.
It was a risk when we got this because it was like “is this just like a fad that I think is cool and I won't use?” But I have been using it.
Try to save the turtles, you guys.
On headphone thing.
I have a headphone splitter so this is a whole thing when we're like on a plane and we both want to listen to something like JohnJay and Rich.
We each get to put our headphones into this.
This is the rest in this pocket – ibuprofen and advil.
I got my two purse pens.
I love this little guy, it's so tiny.
This is a little concoction with essential oils.
That's like a natural bug repellent.
It doesn't work at all for me because mosquitoes love me, but it totally works for Jordan.
Usually my phone is in this one, which I probably shouldn't have told you because now someone's going to steal it, maybe.
[Laughter] And the back, this is where I would keep my passport.
It's like a secret pocket.
for napkins, I guess.
[Laughter] I didn't know that was in there.
So, now into the big pocket.
Two reusable bags that I just twist up like this to be compact.
My wallet, sunglasses, They are somewhere else.
This is my portable charger; one of the best things that I've ever bought in my entire life.
It's like lipstick size and it gives your phone a full charge, still going strong.
I think I got this like five years ago.
Another bug repellant thing that works for Jordan, but it doesn't work for me.
These are my vitamins.
I love this vitamin organizer.
It's one for morning and one for night, and they all fit in here nicely.
Usually we're not carrying them all around with us.
We're taking like Monday for Monday, really like this guy and we have two of them for two weeks Which is great for traveling! At the bottom here.
some almonds (funny face).
And some snacks from AeroMexico.
There's actually a ton more pockets in this which is another reason why I like it but I don't really use them for much.
Oh! Business cards! And now, on to my big suitcase.
These I got from hotels, but they're nice for when you have dirty laundry but you're not staying in one place for long.
Flip-flops – these are Reef brand, super comfortable.
When I first got them I felt like I was walking on air.
Now into the main pocket.
I've had this for over two years now, and it's finally biting the dust but it's been so great.
It's a fold-able hamper, but I did just order a new one and I'll be replacing that.
I don't have a lot of cold weather clothes – two sweatshirts and one long sleeve shirt.
No, that's a lie, I have another long sleeve shirt, but it isn't meant for cold weather.
It's this UPF sun shirt.
I wish I knew about this sooner.
These are awesome and they protect you from the Sun.
These are just a bunch of t-shirts.
Workout shorts and a couple of swimsuits, workout shirts, workout shorts, a couple of belts, a hat and two gloves.
This thing is pretty awesome.
I just recently got this on our trip back to Winnipeg in December.
My mom actually gave this to me, but it's this winter coat – folds up into this tiny thing, Made with down feathers and then you undo this and it puffs up and it's super comfortable and so soft.
It's rated for 32 degrees.
What else do I have? Some more t-shirts.
I probably own way too many t-shirts.
Three books for Accounting and investing.
This has got to be one of the biggest books I've ever seen.
This is not a travel friendly book you guys but I really appreciate and thank you for delving into this topic because I would use this to go to sleep.
[Laughs] Maddie showed you these.
I have some of these containers for vitamins as well.
Socks and boxer briefs.
Sheets or something used to come in this but I'm using it as a packing cube.
I have way too many socks, I just happen to get them recently.
So, that's why I have so many of those.
[Laughter] Packing cubes are your bag's closet.
Hey! That's my thing.
More boxers, more shirts.
I could probably get rid of some.
I seriously have like 30 t-shirts.
I have some pairs of shorts and two pairs of jeans.
In here, I have some random bathroom stuff like toothpaste, some chargers for my razors that you might think I never use.
A few notebooks.
The very last thing, these are a lifesaver.
It's called a chirp wheel.
I actually gave this as a Christmas gift because I love them so much.
Basically, when you're on the road or when you work at a computer, your back gets really messed up.
Very quickly, you roll back and forth on it and it gets so many cracks and just aligns your back so well.
We'd like to get regular chiropractic visits but having this has reduced the number of times we have to go, by like 75%.
So, for every four visits we used to have, now we need one.
It's harder to travel with the big ones, but I don't go anywhere without this little one.
We've never said this before but we're actually an affiliate for a chirp.
If you want to check them out, We'll link to that in the description.
The brand of my bag is Ricardo and I am very very happy with it.
It seems like it's holding up very well.
I actually got this free when Delta damaged my old bag on one of our flights.
And now for my big / it's a medium bag.
Like Jordan, I also have one of these collapsible hampers.
This backpack which is probably not a necessity but it's for times when it would cost extra to have a carry-on, that's like a roller bag.
I have quite a bit more cold stuff than Jordan which I think is super ironic considering I'm from Phoenix and I've never had a need for like super cold weather stuff but I have a big warm jacket.
I have my husky hat.
This is more like a sweater cardigan, but it is surprisingly warm.
This other sweater, which is on its way out, it's getting some holes in it and stuff, but I still really like it because it's chenille.
This is all my swim stuff.
I currently have one swimsuit, two cover ups, and I also have a UPF shirt Which is like the sunscreen type fabric.
I did just order three more swimsuits because all of my old swimsuits that I used to have, You know when I had like some extra weight on my chest, they don't fit anymore.
In here, I have a couple of bralets.
I do not wear underwire or padded bras because I think they're like boob jail.
This is my super awesome fanny pack that I basically only use when we go to Vegas, but I love it.
This is like one of the most awesome things that I own, I think and that I've bought in a long time.
It makes me very happy.
I should probably use it more.
I have kind of an absurd amount of shorts – seven pairs of shorts and one jean skirt.
I have a pair of very old, need-to-be-replaced Reebok workout shoes or like for hiking.
These are some thigh high socks which is how I like to layer in the winter time instead of wearing pants because I hate pants.
I have some sports bras here, four dresses.
I think actually five total, there's one that's dirty.
I too have kind of an absurd amount of shirts.
This is one pile, this is another pile – so colorful! Probably too many, way more than I need.
Three pairs of jeans.
Why are they rolled up? Some people say that rolling makes more space and it's better for organization in your bag.
I don't really know how I feel about that but I do think with jeans that's something that can be rolled up into a little cinnamon roll for extra space and making them more compact, but honestly I don't know if it actually saves space.
This is the only thing that I have in my bag that's rolled.
These – I have socks and underwear.
This is full! Super packed.
This is a compression cube.
I don't know how I feel about compression cubes but how it works is there is one zipper part that allows it to expand.
I think compression cubes are pretty much worthless.
All this zipper does is to make the edges rounded.
So it's just as wide when it's compressed.
It's just rounded edges and then it doesn't fit into your bag as well.
Packing cubes, I'm like pro packing cube.
Packing cubes are like your bags dresser.
It's how you keep it all organized and it all from becoming a giant disaster.
This on the other hand, it doesn't make any sense.
What's in this? This is all my winter stuff.
There's a hat, couple long-sleeve shirts, fuzzy socks that I like wearing when it's cold out but like around the house.
And last but not least, in this packing cube, a couple undershirts.
These are like workout shorts and I have a pair of yoga pants – one pair of yoga pants.
It's my favorite pair of yoga pants that I've ever gotten.
That's my big bag and what is this big bag? This is a Travel Pro.
So far, I'm liking it.
The worst thing about it is that it's like scuffing like crazy.
So, it just looks dirty, but the wheels roll super nicely and it's got a lot of pockets.
Seems to be pretty well made but we've only had it for like six months so, I don't know how it's going to hold up in the long term.
This is like a 25 or 26 incher and I have a 28 or 29 inch.
My goal from this time around though was to condense.
I wanted to go from my humongo bag to like a medium size bag.
Medium sized bag and I've successfully done that.
So, I feel proud of myself.
I'm headed towards more minimalism.
That's not Jordan's deal but I just like to have less.
As little as I could possibly have and that's what I want to have.
And then less than that actually, yeah.
Next up is my little bag.
This is a piece of garbage, do not get this.
[Laughter] I would just like to talk about bag preference.
This is a hard-sided bag, which I know many people like because of the durability like, it's hard so, it's harder for it to like rip and stuff But I personally freaking hate that you have to fillet the bag open and it takes up so much space! When you're in a cramped Airbnb, and like us, when we travel from place to place, we have all of the stuff that we own, so yeah, space is precious.
We're often in a Airbnb with not a lot of space or in a small hotel room and when you have to have two bags open like this, it just takes up an absurd amount of space.
One side is filled with a whole bunch of supplements.
Why do I take them? (The backstory) – Maddie went to so many different doctors.
It seemed like she was dying when living in the U.
To be honest, thank you to Jordan for staying with me through all that because I truly do not know why you like got yourself into that with me.
I was in a really bad place with my health.
I was like, not my best version of myself, but you stuck it out anyway, and here we are, four years later.
Love you babe.
I was so impressed with the work Dr.
Hill did with Maddie that I went to him myself.
He did all this testing and then makes sure a bunch of numbers are looking good.
So, all these are preventative stuff and I'm getting retested soon.
So, hopefully I won't have to take as many as I do now.
(Also, this is a 6 months supply).
On to the other side.
This is a nice little cord case.
Our cords are such a mess but now we have them organized like this.
Thank you to Maddie's mom for getting us these because they're quite nice for organization.
Toothbrush – I love this thing, keeps my mouth clean.
And then, these are way more replacement heads than I need.
Just a comment on that.
It's a very fine balance between having not enough and having way too much because there are certain things that we just don't know when we can get them again.
Some stuff we can only get from the U.
S, some stuff, as I'll explain in my bag, here I found something and I don't know where I'll ever find that thing again.
It's a really difficult balance to strike between having like two years worth of Toothbrush head replacements and running out and then being like “I have to do this every day, now what?” Uh-huh.
Inside this little zipper pocket, these things are absolutely crucial.
Anytime we feel symptoms coming on, we take this, like 95% of the time it kicks it.
I call this one the magic fixer elixir.
The only place that we know that we can get this exact one is in Phoenix at healthy habit.
You did a search one day to try to find this online and it doesn't exist online.
You can find the company and I think there was a phone number for the company but you can't buy it online anywhere.
This one, they have it on Amazon and it's close to the same ingredients.
We're not quite as sure if this works as well as this one but this one is so amazing.
If you feel like you're getting sick, it's a tincture.
You put a couple drops underneath your tongue, it tastes nasty, but man, it works! I hate being sick! I don't understand what sorcery is in this but it works.
We would go to great lengths to get more of this.
Let's put it that way.
This is something (antibacterial wipes) we have every time we travel on the plane.
As soon as we sit down, we take one out and wipe everything down because that stuff doesn't get clean.
They're turning over those planes as fast as they can.
Get this if you're traveling on a plane.
And this, we had to get when Laska got her ear bit off in Ajijic – antiseptic.
This is my favorite hair gel I've found.
Really great sunscreen that we get here in Puerto Morelos.
it's also reef safe.
Some deodorants, colloidal silver – also helps for getting sick.
Some other random things and more deodorant, benadryl and a couple of razors.
This scale was just a few bucks.
It can pay for itself right away because we weigh our bags with it, make sure we're not over the limit.
And it can save us 50 or 100 bucks on a single trip.
And that's it for my bags.
Okay, now for my little bag! In some of these little compartments here, I have bows that I generally like to wear in my hair, some extra hair bands.
I also have a kindle to save space on all the big physical copies of books.
And for the main attraction, this is where I keep my laptop.
I only have it in this case while traveling.
My laptop is where I do pretty much everything for our channel (I don't do EVERYTHING for our channel, but my laptop is where I work.
) So, really important to keep this guy safe.
Some extra bags.
This is one that I got in Oaxaca.
I don't actually have anything in here right now, TSA bag for liquids.
This is that fur remover thing that I was talking about.
Some pens here for art.
I should be using that cord organizer but for now, I have all my cords in this Tumi bag, which we actually got on a long flight from the U.
S to Spain, I believe it was? They put like an amenity kit together, but these are all the cords that I have.
I have two belts, my laptop charger, The extension for the laptop charger.
Bar Shampoo and conditioner; takes the place of physical liquid.
I don't know how I feel about these yet.
This is my first time ever getting them.
I do like this brand and like its all natural and it smells really nice.
I just don't know how I feel about switching over.
I would love to do that though because it's big space saver.
This is the smallest hairdryer I've ever seen and it's really compact but very powerful.
Decided to keep this even though I don't blow dry my hair everyday.
I don't even do it that often, but we are going to two cooler climates after this.
That's one thing I think we struggle with is, it's like “I haven't used this hairdryer in a year.
I feel like I should get rid of it.
” But then you have to think, okay, we're going to be traveling around – we're going to be in some colder climate, so what do I keep? What am I going to want to buy again if we get there? This is one of those I feel like it's a really good purchase that I've made and I'm very happy with it.
It's compact of a blow dryer as you could possibly get and a powerhouse.
This is One of those things that I was saying I found in this region and then I've never found anything like this – it's a natural deodorant by Corazón de la Tierra.
As far as I know, they don't sell it anywhere except in Playa del Carmen, so I have placeholders of empty ones that I'm probably going to get an embarrassing amount of deodorant to take with me – four, I think because this has been the best natural deodorant that I've ever tried and used and it's actually effective and it's non irritating, so, I don't know when I'm going to be able to find it again.
I'm going to get as much as I can.
In this bag, Epson salt and why do I have Epson salt? Why in this big giant heavy bag? Well, the next place we're going in San Cristobal de las Casas has a bathtub, which is a very rare thing in Mexico.
I used to love taking baths – it helps soothe my muscles and it helps me I think, relax in my body while I'm detoxing and dealing with all my health issues.
So, that's something I very much missed while being in Mexico.
Since we have one coming up, I'm bringing these Epson salts so that I can enjoy some nice baths.
Got a brush.
This next thing that I'm about to say I have a feeling I'm going to get some judgement for, so if you could just please.
This is what is essentially.
you go and get laser hair removal treatment.
This is like an at-home version of that.
To my surprise, it actually does work.
So I'm keeping it even though it's bulky and I've wanted to get rid of it just because of the bulkiness but it was also kind of expensive, I think like $200? $150.
$150, we had like a rebate.
Next is an outlet converter for like going to Europe, or Peru, or other places that don't have like standard U.
S type outlets.
Peru does but it's a different voltage.
So you can ruin your appliances if you don't have something like this.
This is my makeup bag.
I don't wear that much makeup actually, like on a normal day.
It's just a light powder foundation.
I've been using a Becca Compact foundation, but they don't even make this anymore, unfortunately.
So, I don't know what I'm going to do after this because this has been my favourite makeup I've ever used.
And I just have other random things in here like Q-tips, I have my retainers in here.
I have had braces, and Invisalign, and these things keep my teeth in place now.
I also have a backup of those.
Smaller combs, nail file, this floss that is in a glass container – it's reusable.
So, I'm trying to reduce my plastic consumption and plastic wastes in this world.
This is one way that I'm doing that.
We have some extra razor cartridges and here's the embarrassing amount of essential oils that I was telling you about.
We have this whole thing, it is filled with them.
This is actually an old first-aid kit that just happens to fit all these essential oils.
And then we have bigger bottles like this size that don't fit.
Like I said, I know it's a lot.
This is a lot of essential oils, why on earth do we have this and travel around with this? I think it adds to our quality of life.
When we met, I was not a believer in essential oils at all but honestly, I think I was underestimating the power of nature.
They're good for so many things.
We also have things like Aleve, just a little perfume, and a witch hazel toner.
For my toothbrush, I don't really like using the electric ones because it makes my gums inflamed.
So I have – these are extras.
I have a bamboo toothbrush, that's like plastic free.
Like I said, trying to reduce my plastic consumption.
I like it and it comes in this cool case.
So I've been enjoying using this and it's non-abrasive for my mouth.
We also use Tom's toothpaste.
It's fluoride free.
I think that's really important.
Fluoride is a neurotoxin and I refuse to use it.
I do not get fluoride treatment.
I do not personally recommend it.
What else? This.
I don't know if I should actually show you.
This is a Luna Cup.
This basically catches the flow and you reuse it.
You dump it out.
You can use it every single period for like the rest of your life as long as it lasts or until your dog eats it.
Laska!!! But anyway, I've been using this, I think for five, six, or seven years maybe? And I stand by Luna cups or just period cups in general.
This thing that I have here is a Derma roller.
They're tiny little needles in here that you roll it across your clean, cleansed, free of oil, and free of lotion, and free of makeup face.
And it is supposed to help your skin to regenerate and to heal itself from like acne scars and things.
For a very long time, I've been dealing with acne and especially like cystic acne when I eat certain foods.
And hormonal acne, so, this is one thing that kind of helps me out to get clearer skin.
Interestingly, since I've gotten my breast implants removed, my face has gotten much clearer but with this comes the couple replacement heads.
Like me, you have a bunch of supplements in here and you cannot find most of these in Mexico.
It's not as if Mexico doesn't have any vitamins, we could not find the potency, combination of ingredients, or size that we were looking for.
For instance, here's this one – ultra preventative.
These are all the ingredients that it has.
These are not illegal or controlled substances.
Vitamins are part of some class of something they cannot cross the border easily (via mail) but if you're driving or if you're flying, they don't care.
The one thing that I completely forgot to mention that is the joy of every single day of mine.
This is a Jade roller.
I used to have one that was like $15 off of Amazon and I did more research into it and I learned that those are all very likely not Jade – if they were Jade, they would be much more expensive, so then I was like, you know, if I've been using this and it's bringing a lot of happiness to me every single day maybe I should invest in one that is actually Jade, so I did get a Jade Roller of actual Jade stone.
This is one of the most expensive things of like the personal care variety that I've ever bought but I use this every single day and I think it's done a lot for me in terms of just like general happiness and joy that it brings but also it's for lymphatic drainage and I think it helps a lot to like work excess inflammation out of the face and down the neck.
It is so precious to me that I've kept it in its original box and It's super padded it takes up so much room, but I don't want it to break.
I don't want it to crack.
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So it stays in its nice little puffy case – to use twice a day; morning and night.
Things we forgot.
An absurd amount of tea, lol.
Tiny tool kit.
Deck of Cards.
Australian Zeolite for heavy metal detoxing.
The good stuff.
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