Wireless Earbuds: City Stroll Tested and Approved

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I am back in California! I just spent over a week in Japan, and I had the most AMAZING trip! You can check out some of my pics over on Instagram, at @jessicanaziri and see where we went.

A girl’s trip is always so perfect, getting away with your best gal. Especially since I’m getting married in TWO WEEKS! I’m crazy busy, and this trip was exactly what I needed to rest and recharge, and be ready to party into the next chapter of my life.

Photo Credit: Alexis Victoria Photography

Photo Credit: Alexis Victoria Photography

It was so hard to pack to go across the world on a trip. We were going to be hitting some night life, trekking around, sightseeing, and hitting museums. And of course chowing down on amazing food! Ehem so much sushi and so much Izaka-ya.

You know I love tech, so I always make sure to pack those first. I can’t forget my Q bracelet for on-the-go charging while looking fly! Or my Snapchat Spectacles for catching those hilarious moments.

Here's how the earbuds look close up, comfy in the ear.

Here's how the earbuds look close up, comfy in the ear.

You know I love tech, so I always make sure to pack those first. I can’t forget my Q bracelet for on-the-go charging while looking fly! Or my Snapchat Spectacles for catching those hilarious moments.

I also of course need my phone charger, and I I don’t go anywhere these days without my Microsoft Surface Pro. Lighter than a laptop and fits in my purse!

But for a tech influencer traveling the world, you know I’m going to have the best. On this trip, I brought my brand new IFROGZ Impulse Wireless Earbuds in rose gold. I have them in a dark gray, too, but I was feeling fancy in business class and wanted some bling. Besides, rose gold is so on trend right now, and I love it.

Wireless earbuds are perfect for traveling. I hate having the cord in my way, or tangling in my purse or pocket. No matter how I put them away, they always tangle! But with wireless ones, I can put them in and leave them alone the entire flight, even when I get up and walk around.

What is your go-to flight tech?


 

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