Monday, 13 November 2017

Working Away From Home

My new work schedule means that I am away from home at least one night a week so I have had to get into the habit of packing every Sunday night. Having done this for a few months now, I am getting used to the new routine. I was using a bulky suitcase but now I have a Cabin Zero bag, which is great for fitting in all my essentials (and non-essentials) while I'm away from home. Here are some of the things I always take with me when I'm working away for a couple of days.


Time to destress
After a busy day at the office I like to take advantage of the hotel gym. The hotel I usually stay at has a little gym but luckily I am usually the only one in there so it's a great opportunity to sweat it out and destress.

Sports Bra - Victoria Secret, Leggings - Rosie For Autograph, T-Shirt - Victoria Secret
Trainers - Nike


Relaxing in the evening
After the gym I like to go back to my room have a shower and change into something comfy for the evening. Sometimes I head into town and pick up a takeaway and on other days I stay inside the hotel and eat at the bar.

Cable Knit Jumper - Glamorous at ASOS, Jeans - Topshop Tall, Necklace - Accessorize, 
Ring - Accessorize


Accessories are essential
I like to always take a selection of jewellery with me so that I can easily change the look of my outfit if last minute meetings come up.

Earrings - Stella and Dot, Rose Gold Bracelet - Accessorize, Black Bracelet - John Lewis

 Makeup must haves
I wish I could travel with my whole makeup draw but I have got used to taking just my essentials. As long as I have fresh looking, glowing skin I feel good to go the next morning.

Makeup Bag - FYT, Primer - Charlotte Tilbury, Tinted Moisturiser - La Biosthetique
Mascara - Lancome, Bronzer - Estee Lauder, Gimme Brow - Benefit


The Cabin Zero Bag is the perfect Ultra-light bag for short breaks (It would also be fine for long breaks if you don't over pack like me). It fit all my bits and bobs in; two toiletry bags, makeup bag, trainers, two changes of clothes, gym kit, jewellery box etc all with plenty of room to spare.

Cabin Zero has a great range of bags in different sizes and styles, all designed to fit perfectly as hand luggage on airlines, so ideal for flying. I chose the Vintage Ultra-light Cabin Bag in navy as it has a massive 44L capacity, is super light weight as the name suggests and the dark, neutral colour is ideal for not showing any marks or wear and tear.

Cabin Zero also have some really handy packing solutions called Cabin Cubes which I think are a great idea if your traveling for longer periods of time so you can easily split up and find your essentials within your bag.

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