My Life Changed When I Bought These Affordable Travel Accessories

Have you heard Amazon Prime Day is coming up? There are even early sales happening right now. So in the spirit of shopping one of our most visited shopping sites, I thought we could visit one of my most loved shopping categories (and surprisingly, it’s not clothes). If you took a look at my Amazon account, you’d see that among the past orders of Kind Bars and shampoo, there are a plethora of travel accessories. The e-tailer legitimately has everything you could ever possibly want or need for a trip (including this $12 item that’s gone viral). I’ve recently not been taking this for granted, as I’ve come to the realization that comfort and convenience are worth the extra time, money, and effort when traveling (s/o to Delta Comfort and TSA Precheck), and that includes what accessories you pack. And now, I’m here to share with you the best Amazon travel accessories. While they may not all be pretty to look at, when you realize how good they are, you certainly won’t care. There are accessories to keep your clothing organized, charge your phone on the go (and clean it), identify your bag, and even check the weight of it. I’m not sure how...

Beverley Mitchell talks about new Christmas movie, possible ’7th Heaven’ reboot

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Nov. 13 are here. Check out what’s clicking today in entertainment. Beverley Mitchell, best known for playing Lucy on “7th Heaven,” now stars in a Christmas television movie with a twist different than most. “Rock N’ Roll Christmas” stars Mitchell, 38, as Ashlyn Rose, one half of an estranged mother-daughter country music duo. The film follows their reunion over the holiday season. “One of the things that made me super excited about joining (the movie) is it’s a different type of Christmas movie because it’s actually more focused on a mother-daughter relationship and a broken relationship,” Mitchell told Fox News. ”Obviously there’s the love aspect and there’s the other side of it, but it’s more focused on these two women who kind of had a big falling out and are finding themselves back together years later especially with Ashlyn now being a mother of her own.” Being abo...