How many times has this has happened to you? You’re in a hotel room in a strange city and – grrrr! – you wake up at the crack of dawn because the curtains don’t shut all the way. Or maybe you’re on a flight with no pillows provided, and $25 for a pillow from the airport gift shop seems larcenous. What to do, what to do?
It turns out that everyday objects from beach balls to tampons can make ingenious travel hacks. Author Joey Green details about 120 of them in his new book, Last-Minute Travel Secrets. After all, why fork over beaucoup bucks when these cost nothing – or next to it?
Read the rest of the story on my Forbes Seat 1A site.