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Wish I'd come across this little $36 pouch from the always reliable Herschel before stuffing my toiletries into a plastic bag on the way to the airport last week. You can't go wrong with black (although it comes in blue as well) and at this price you don't need to lose any sleep over your toothpaste or body spray (get out of here) exploding at 30,000 feet. Pick one up below.

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By 1918, Charles M. Schwab was one of the richest men in the world. Schwab was the president of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation, the largest shipbuilder and the second-largest steel producer in America at the time. The famous inventor Thomas Edison once referred to Schwab as the “master hustler.” He was constantly seeking an edge over the competition. One day in 1918, in his quest to increase the efficiency of his team and discover better ways to get things done, Schwab arranged a meeting with a highly-respected productivity consultant named Ivy Lee.

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