• how to feel at home everywhere

 

At times we are all thrown out of our comfort zone. When travelling for work, or leisure, alien environments can be exciting. At the same time, maintaining your comfort can be sorely missed. New places and faces can present overwhelming new-ness. Surrounding yourself with things to ensure you feel at home can be key to maintaining your persona. We've put together a list of a few items which can make you feel at home in the world.

 


the favourite book //

When we travel there's often not room to pack everything, but taking a copy of your favourite book can give you a moment of security. Books have the magical power of transporting us to another world. If that world is more familiar than your real-life surroundings, you can immerse yourself in it for an escape. Detach for a moment and take some downtime from the chaos of travel, of uncertainty.

 

the mahabis outdoor slipper

 

 

the slipper //


Whilst before the comfort of a slipper was often restricted to the indoors, the all new mahabis outdoor slipper allows you take the feeling of home with you, wherever you go. From work to the weekend, enjoy all the same reassuring comfort of a slipper wherever you are. Comfortable footwear allows you to take any challenge in your stride, whether running for the tube, or exploring foreign lands. Slip into the mahabis outdoor and make the world your home.

 

the outdoor slipper

 

 

the soundtrack // 

For many, music has a great effect on mood. Having your own soundtrack in your ears will allow you to absorb your surroundings fully. The beauty of a sunset set to your own tune, or a fast pace to set your stride through departures; any situation can be lifted by the perfect song. If noise is a bother on long plane journeys or brisk walks, noise cancelling is the perfect option to eliminate distraction. Make any time the perfect downtime.

 



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images // yoann boyer, prasanna kumar, renata fraga, mike wilson

how to feel at home everywhere

 

At times we are all thrown out of our comfort zone. When travelling for work, or leisure, alien environments can be exciting. At the same time, maintaining your comfort can be sorely missed. New places and faces can present overwhelming new-ness. Surrounding yourself with things to ensure you feel at home can be key to maintaining your persona. We've put together a list of a few items which can make you feel at home in the world.

 


the favourite book //

When we travel there's often not room to pack everything, but taking a copy of your favourite book can give you a moment of security. Books have the magical power of transporting us to another world. If that world is more familiar than your real-life surroundings, you can immerse yourself in it for an escape. Detach for a moment and take some downtime from the chaos of travel, of uncertainty.

 

the mahabis outdoor slipper

 

 

the slipper //


Whilst before the comfort of a slipper was often restricted to the indoors, the all new mahabis outdoor slipper allows you take the feeling of home with you, wherever you go. From work to the weekend, enjoy all the same reassuring comfort of a slipper wherever you are. Comfortable footwear allows you to take any challenge in your stride, whether running for the tube, or exploring foreign lands. Slip into the mahabis outdoor and make the world your home.

 

the outdoor slipper

 

 

the soundtrack // 

For many, music has a great effect on mood. Having your own soundtrack in your ears will allow you to absorb your surroundings fully. The beauty of a sunset set to your own tune, or a fast pace to set your stride through departures; any situation can be lifted by the perfect song. If noise is a bother on long plane journeys or brisk walks, noise cancelling is the perfect option to eliminate distraction. Make any time the perfect downtime.

 



If you enjoyed reading our post feel free to share it via our ready-to-go tweet.

 

images // yoann boyer, prasanna kumar, renata fraga, mike wilson
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