Listed below is a selection of books, clothing, and other items which I personally use and love. Should you choose to purchase any of these items for yourself, I will receive a small commission fee at no extra cost to you. These fees help me in maintaining Sidetracked - thank you for your support.
Guidebooks, Novels & More
For a city so immense, this guide book is incredibly useful with its foldout and self-guided walking tour maps, local tips, and top rated sites.
Leaving their Manhattan jobs and boyfriends behind, this novel follows three women as they embark on a year-long trip around the world.
Canada is truly huge, but this guide gives you an informative overview of top attractions and must sees. Perfect for the first-time visitor.
This guidebook was invaluable during my month long trip in Mexico because it's full of insider tips and local information.
A definitive guidebook to the Land of Fire and Ice. This edition covers the whole island with tips and sample itineraries.
A little travel journal designed to help you enjoy your travels through reflection and mindfulness exercises.
Apparel & Accessories
These packing cubes will keep all your clothing in order and maximize luggage space (I've been using them for over a year and couldn't imagine traveling without them).
Perfect for a weekend getaway or a month-long backpacking trip, the Osprey Farpoint is comprised of the main 40L backpack (ideal for storing clothing) and the detachable 15L daypack (useful for excursions).
Made with Fair Trade Certified sewing, the Better Sweater is super soft, exceptionally cozy, and the perfect outer layer for when you're on the go.
Part hiking boot, part urban city shoe, these ankle boots have been comfortable and warm enough to wear in the winter and ideal for transitional seasons.
A little stiff at first, this environmentally friendly jean turned out to be a true classic and perfect for travel wear.
A durable 100% cotton crew neck tee. The neckline is slightly looser than traditional crew necks resulting in a more feminine cut.
A lightweight button up that can be worn dressed up or down. Travels well with minimal wrinkles.
A practical tote bag that converts into a backpack for travelers on the go.
To get just the right angle, this ridiculously bendy tripod will do the trick wherever you are. Plus it's flexible legs make it easy to store anywhere.
The TG-4 can go 50 feet underwater, be dropped from 7 feet, can survive being crushed by 220 lbs, and can be operated at temperatures as low as 14 °F. Right this way for some of my photos taken with the TG-4.
With a modern yet subtle design, this bag is perfect for travelers who don't want to draw attention to their photo gear. Bonus: the interior dividers are removable and can be customized to fit your gear.
Reliable and quick, SanDisk memory cards have been in my camera bag for years because of their durability and high quality.
Perfect for wildlife photography, landscapes, and macro photography, this compact zoom lens comes at an affordable price point.
A lightweight, user friendly, entry-level camera with a powerful 24.2 MP image sensor that produces high quality images. Most of the photos you see here on Sidetracked were taken with this camera.