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How to Survive a Long Haul Flight
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How to Survive a Long Haul Flight – and Still be Smiling at the End!

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How to Survive a Long Haul Flight – and Still be Smiling at the End!

Long flights.. They get you to really beautiful places but man, they’re exhausting!

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My trip to Italy —  Thank you Zonin Prosecco!!! — was a long one.. 36 hours long.

Being in a beautiful place made me forget being tired but I did get a few tips on the way.

Long flights don’t have to be uncomfortable. You can actually make the most out of it if you plan ahead and get yourself equipped and familiar.

What to Pack to Take On Board:

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1. Soft Pillow with a couple of fresh pillow cases.

Not only does a home pillow smell familiar, soft pillows can be squashed to form backrests, can be leaned against plane windows and generally be something nice to cuddle on a long trip. They do get a bit grubby travelling though — so pack a spare pillow case or two!

2. Sleep Mask

3. Noise Cancelling Headphones or Ear Plugs

If you don’t take them, you can be guaranteed to have a poor tired baby next to you with sore ears.  Headphones are a bit softer on your ears than ear plugs!

4. Toothbrush and Toothpaste

It is nice to freshen up your mouth after a long trip. If you manage to get a good sleep, with the dryness of the cabin, your breath will be truly manky.

5. Really Good Moisturisers

And smother yourself in it.

6. Aerosol of Water

I always take my Avene Eau Thermale.  Sounds fancy — but I love this stuff and always take it with my when I’m flying – it just freshens your whole face.  Spray it as much as you can!

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7. Warm Jacket

Just in case it gets cold..

8. Kindle/Kobo E-Reader

Load up some really easy to read books.

9. Two sets of clean underwear

10. Fresh change of clothing

 

Connecting flights? What to wear? Some dos and don’ts? See Next Page!

Jody Allen
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Jody Allen

Jody Allen is the founder of Stay at Home Mum. Jody is a five-time published author with Penguin Random House and is the current Suzuki Queensland Amb...Read Moreassador. Read Less

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