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I am not personally a fan of flying. I spend a lot of time looking for convenient things to make it more enjoyable or at the very least less miserable, so here's my list of five items that will improve your flight experience tenfold.

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These have tons of great reviews, they're noise-canceling and they come with an aux jack so you can listen to any in-flight movies without having to switch your headphones!


 

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So this carry-on doesn't come with a power bank, but if you already have one, you won't have to dig around looking for it in your purse, backpack or bag. It will be safely located in your carry-on where you can plug in your lightning cable and charge your phone on the go! Plus, this has a cup holder! I love when I don't have to hold my own drink.


 

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This is great for those who aren't satisfied with a simple neck pillow or need additional lumbar support for their back. Long flights are terribly uncomfortable and this is so handy. It's also useful for creating a barrier between you and your seat-neighbor who may not respect personal boundaries.


 

This is an obvious one. Airports have so many people coming and going that it's just a good idea to be a little cautious, especially since it feels like flu season is year-round these days. These are great for cleaning your hands after you handle the TSA bins and before you eat your plane pretzels! These boogie wipes are great as well since they're safe and gentle enough to wipe your kid's nose with!


 

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I've been trying to cut back on pain-killers for headaches since I don't really want a stomach ulcer at the tender age of thirty, so I've been using this when I feel a headache coming on and it seems to help preventing them from escalating into full-blown migraines. It's also handy if your plane happens to smell like vomit or you need help lulling yourself to sleep. Earplugs are useful too for trying to sleep on a plane.