How to Survive an Overnight Flight

IMG_5437Overnight flights are brutal. They seem to last forever and being comfortable is nearly impossible, but I’ve come up with some ways on how to survive:

  1. Dress for comfort: This may seem obvious but dressing comfortably and looking good isn’t too hard. Just throw on some leggings with a t-shirt, an oversized sweater and some sneakers. Maybe a hat, if you like to hide your face like me, haha. I like bringing a pair of sunglasses too so you can throw those on when you get off the flight!
  2. Bring a blanket scarf: Not all flights carry blankets and it’s heavy and frustrating to carry one around with you. Just bring a large blanket scarf with you! This can double up as a pillow and a blanket. I got both the sunglasses and scarf pictured from H&M. This scarf is nude pink and lightweight which is great for summer traveling!
  3. Book a window seat: Just make sure you use the bathroom before and try not to have anything to drink for a couple hours before you board. Once you’re in your window seat, you’ll have something to lean against! This makes sleeping much easier.
  4. Moisturize: Bring all the moisturizer. Planes are super dry places so make sure you bring hand lotion, face moisturizer, lip balm and whatever
    else you make need! I
    really enjoy using Sugar Lip Treatments by Fresh (available at Sephora)-
    they have SPF and are a little tinted which is great for on the go! They’re a little pricey (around $28 Canadian) but are great quality and last a lifetime.
  5. Bring a book: The movies are great, but looking at a screen isn’t always the best way to fall asleep. Reading a book will entertain you while allowing your mind to relax and giving your eyes a break from technology. I’m currently reading Year of Yes by Shona Rhimes and I love it so far!

I wrote these tips because I’m flying from Vancouver to Bahamas tonight! Stay tuned for some blog posts from the Bahamas.


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6 thoughts on “How to Survive an Overnight Flight

  1. I get so dehydrated on planes and the first place I start to feel it is in my lips and I naturally want to drink and drink and drink water. Which of course leads to…restroom trips. Enjoy your trip and thanks for the tips!

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    1. Haha same here, I’ve learned to limit the water a couple hours before flying! Just little sips when I’m really thirsty and loads of lip balm! Mints and gum help too :) Thanks for the comment!

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