Yeah I could never make it in healthcare. Too much EW for me.
Oh that’s a good tip, I didn’t know that.
I have only noticed that recently…why is that?
In some jobs, yes you do
I don’t think we do get a personal item. I will check.
Sorry to disappoint
My guess us bc the wheels are hardware are on the other side and could cause some damage to the belt or if they fell off the belt? Not sure, but I figured there had to be a reason bc I saw it repeatedly over the years.
I’m just glad you’re not sick!!!
Mine are from OnceuponacraftUK.
I’m trying but everyone is saying different things
This isn’t the first place I’d think to come for that kind of advice
Is your back pack carry on the same one you use in the parks? The reason I ask is that I put my smaller park backpack packed with valuables such as magic bands and ears (if I wore them) in a much roomier tote as a carry on.
Short answer, I would carry on the pairs you are worried about. They really are beautiful.
Lots of free advice here, and mostly from medical professionals.
That makes more sense then anything I thought of…like they were just trying to f@#* with us!
I brought two pairs on our trip to DLR recently, and I packed them in a carry-on next to a laptop. So it was a soft bag but next to something hard.
No. I usually just have a small crossbody bag in the parks but this time I’ll have a Loungefly backpack. My carry on is a bigger backpack. The ears do fit in the Loungefly but not in their boxes. Hmm. That might work.
My carry on will mainly be filled with snacks Nothing that would protect them.
Bag of chips (all air)?
Bubble Gum (wrap)?
Just wear them all then, like Heidi hiking into the Alps to her grandfather’s house.