Today I am going to tell you a few things that we all must carry in our “handbags” while travelling by train. We all keep a lot of stuff in our luggage and don’t pay much attention to our handbags, though they are equally important. We can stuff our handbags with small yet important things, for a happy journey.
I think that’s enough of Gyaan, lets head to the main matter….
- MOBILE PHONES
I don’t think this needs any explanation so, let’s just move on to the next point.
It keeps you away from the outside noise and sometimes even help you avoid annoying people, lol. In short, earphones make your life easy breezy.
- TICKETS AND ID PROOF
Keep your tickets and ID proof handy in a handbag so that you don’t have to search for them when required.
Avoid keeping your cash in your pockets, always use handbags to keep your cash ‘safe’. Because during the train journey money might fall off your pockets but it can not fall off your handbag kept in front of your eyes.
- WATER BOTTLE
Never Neverr NEVERRR!!! Forget or skip to keep water bottles with you. To keep them handy and ‘always available’ it’s good to keep water in your handbag. No matter how big “camel hump” you have got, you tend to feel thirsty during a train journey.
What’s better than munching snacks on a train journey??
But remember, always keep handy or dry or packed snacks to avoid the mess.
- TISSUES/ WET WIPES
Your face or hands may become oily or dirty with dust and the snacks that you have just munched upon and who wants to leave their seat and outside scenery to go to those stinky train toilets to wash off their hands??
Don’t worry, Tissues have come to your rescue!!
It may sound odd but our mouth starts smelling bad after 4-5 hours of a train journey. Brushing your teeth off can be an option but it might be difficult for you to brush in a moving train toilet so its better to keep a mouthwash with you.
Also, comment down below if you notice two 1. points haha :p