1. A can koozy. Yes, like a beer can one. I use one I got free from a radio station promotion-but not for beer. I use it to put around my bottled water (which I, much like most of you, ship to my hotel room before I get there, and keep cold in my room’s fridge). It prevents the bottle’s condensation from getting stuff in your bag wet, and keeps it cold.
2. A pocket-sized first aid kit. Ok, if you have kids this may not seems as odd. Despite being 26, I’m pretty darn accident prone. It’s also nice to have on hand to spread a little magic.
3. Monistant anti-chafing gel. Let’s get this over with right away-no, it’s not THAT Monistat. It’s perfect for keeping your things from rubbing together. For my feet-I use the much more genteel sounding “body glide”-I haven’t had any issues with blisters since I started using it.
4. Empty Plastic mini M&M’s container of pennies and quarters (for pressing). I put them in quarter, quarter, penny, so when I see a good penny machine they are pretty much literally at my finger tips.
5. Waterproof bags. I’m a worry wart, and as such prefer to have my iPod, cell phone, GPS on me rather than in my hotel room. I bundle them up in here so they’re safe as I splash away.
Not sure which bag to pack? Check out this list of bags to carry to the Disney Theme Parks.
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