Three hacks from a professional organizer to make your next hotel stay more comfortable
SLEEPING IN HOTELS and away from home isn’t always a good idea.
An organization expert, on the other hand, has revealed three hacks that will make travelers feel more at ease during their next hotel stay.
Caroline, a professional organizer, posted a video to her TikTok page that demonstrates how to get the most out of your hotel room.
“Look in the back of your TV for an extra USB port if you’re low on outlets,” she advised before demonstrating how the TV can be used to charge a phone.
“Use your ironing board as a standing desk if you want to work but don’t want to sit at a desk,” the expert advised in her second tip.
She was able to adjust her ironing board to the ideal height for standing while working on her laptop.
Caroline’s third and final suggestion was to use the clips on the hangers in the hotel closet to keep shades or curtains closed.
She exclaimed, “Now you can sleep in!”
If you want to stay on top of the latest travel hacks and tips, there are plenty of travel and organizing experts who have shared their expertise online.
If you’re flying without a television, you can hang your phone from the back of your seat to simulate the experience.
In addition, a flight attendant offered her three hotel-staying tips.
To begin, she advised against using the glassware provided.
“The reason for this is that you don’t know if they were cleaned properly or if they were just rinsed out from the previous guests in that hotel room,” she explained.
She also recommended that you bring a clear plastic bag to wrap the TV remote in for sanitary reasons.
She also mentioned that those who do not receive a complimentary breakfast can use the coffee machine to heat water for oatmeal.
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