International Travel FAQs

We often get inspired to create new features based on feedback from our customers. Earlier this month, our friends at Basecamp made their Employee Handbook public We were impressed to see they had a whole section about using 1Password, which included instructions for keeping work information off their devices when travelling internationally. So, there you have it. All the current ways I save for travel and find all those extra dollars in my budget when I think I’m practically broke. You can do this, and when you think you can’t, think of my friend who has a family of 8 on one income and still finds the time and money to go on at least one fantastic vacation a year, plus fits several weekend getaways in as well. You got this! I hope my tips help. They have changed the way I save, and I have a very part-time side job that isn’t guaranteed week-to-week (but is exactly what I wanted) and that allows me time to do all my other things, like writing this blog and planning all the trips I want to take.

Whether you’re traveling to a cold climate and need to pack bulky sweaters or jackets or just want a really large packing cube that can fit 6 pairs of rolled up denim jeans, the Eagle Creek Pack-It Double Cube will fit the bill. Customers absolutely rave about it!

Thoughtful extras that make this memory foam travel pillow include a perfect gift include a convenient media pouch to hold a phone or MP3 player and, as a bonus, a set of memory foam ear plugs. And yet another feature that makes this memory foam travel pillow so special is that the included water repellent storage bag compacts the pillow down to 1/4 its size!

There is always a temptation to leave dry items in their original boxes, which is OK to do as long as the boxes have not already been opened. Otherwise, you should transfer their contents to clear plastic, lidded and stackable containers that become air tight when properly sealed.

Travel Mode might initially seem similar, but it is about a search of what is on your device. If the attacker only has the ability to compel decryption of what is on your device (as opposed to a more general power of being able to compel you to reveal all of your passwords) then it is possible to fully and honestly comply with the decryption of what is on your local device.

It’s important for me that my personal data be as secure and private as possible. I have data on my devices that’s ultimately a lot more sensitive than my personal data though. As one of the developers here at AgileBits I’m trusted with access to certain keys and services that we simply can’t take any risks with.