On the subject of saving space, one small way to save space in what I call my "ditty bag", or shave kit is a product called Shave Secret. This is an amazing product that requires no more than 5 or 6 drops and I get the closest shaves. Also it leaves your skin very smooth. I use it everyday. Granted, this is really a tip for men but I don't know why it couldn't be used on the fairer gender.
Baseball hats: Are they not designed to keep the sun out of ones eys when playing ball? Now you see them everywhere as an accessory. There are some who even make it a part of their image. From Orange County chopper wannabes to those who want to project the image that they buy and expertly use the best and most expensive golf clubs. I guess if one is that insecure about who they are, they are certainly free to express themselves.
My problem is when they walk into the dining room or indoors at all for that matter. I'm sure it indicates my age but I was taught to take off a hat when going indoors, when the national anthem is played and to show respect to a lady.
I don't know if I recall seeing a baseball cap in a ship's dining room but in the buffet, they seem to appear everywhere.
I want to ask people, "Did you sleep in that? Is it too bright in here for you? Are those sweat stains part of the design? Will your head fall off if you remove it?" So I am able to hold my tongue and go on with the business of serious relaxation, knowing it is not my job to force people to think like me.
Just a pet peeve that I am sure is shared by some and ridiculed by others.