I’m not exactly a calm, cool, or collected traveler.
It’s not for lack of trying: I always try breezing through the airport as if I know exactly where I’m supposed to go. I download my boarding pass to my phone like a real millennial, and I kick off my shoes and jacket as quickly as humanly possible while going through security so as not to hold up the line.
But the truth is, my first airplane ride was at 17 when I went on a school trip to Washington, D.C., and I didn’t fly again until I was 21 and going to California for the first time.
All of this to say: I am not a traveling pro by any stretch of the imagination, so I eagerly accept any little little hacks that can make traveling easier.
So when luggage startup Away offered to let me try a new high-tech luggage tag it created in partnership with Bluetooth tracking company Tile, I decided to give it a shot. The tag looks like any other luggage tag, but it has a narrow slot in the back for a Tile Slim. For anyone with …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Tech