Friday, June 2, 2017

Travel Pillow - Cabeau


As world traveler, I value good travel accessories. One of those important accessories would a good travel pillow for in the airplane, train, or during car rides.

You all know the 'sausage-shaped' pillows that are filled with micro beads. They tend to get a bit soggy after a while. The fabric they are wrapped in can also break – it happened to me once. Those mini beads are a pain in the ass to collect... especially when you don't have a vacuum cleaner close at hand.

After one of my cheaper pillows broke, I wanted to invest in something more sturdy. I came across the Evolution Pillow from Cabeau. This was a revelation for me. The ergonomic design disables your head from tilting forward, a problem that a lot of us have. You also don't create a new air conditioning system by your mouth opening wide. I simply love it!

My first pillow lasted me a year. I tell you it has been used a lot. Mark also purchased one, and his also broke. After a while, they need to be replaced, but I find the $40 totally worth it. 

I even sometimes use this in the backstage to rest my head. One of our crew members also once confiscated it. I didn't blame him.

Do any of you know this pillow? I highly recommend it to all of you. It comes in a couple of fun colors. I chose grey. Not so much a pink girl. ;)

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4 comments

  1. Yeap! I know this pillow and I must purchase one too, 'cause I have a slight case of scoliosis. It's also suitable to carry it with you and rest your neck at anytime. I prefer grey as well... :) Love the photo, beautiful sunset!!! Kisses... xx

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  2. I always see these in any store. Even Mark's but I never have bought since I don't travel much. But that might change in a few years so I should consider it.

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  3. Hi simone
    I'll be quick. My comment has nothing to do with this post.
    I only write to let you know that you are the voice that inspires my mind. You are an example of femininity for me and I follow EPICA from the beginning. I would love to meet you and come back to Argentina. You have very faithful people here who yearn to see the last show...
    I follow you on all social networks. I only need to meet you in person. Thank you for your art.

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  4. Hi Simone, sorry for my English!
    Thank you very much for all the things you share with us, and all those tips! Without forgetting, of course, the recommendations! ��

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