Business Travel

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Routines – Six Things I’m Doing Right and Six Things I Have to Improve

“I was in five different states this week.” “I forgot I was driving my own car and kept looking for the beige Toyota in the parking garage.” “I haven’t had anything but condiments in my refrigerator in the past two months.” “I can’t remember what its like to not have jet lag.” All of these…

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Business Travel Lessons

A friend sent me this Buzzfeed list recently and it hit a bit TOO close to my reality.  These business travel lessons really sum up some of the best (and worst) parts of life on the road. I had a discussion with some of my teammates at happy hour last Friday that centered around numbers 1 and 2.  Since…

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It’s Okay to Skip the First Class Lounge (and Other Realities of Business Travel)

If you have found yourself here at the Jetsetter’s Homestead, chances are fairly good that you landed here either because you read a lot of travel blogs already or because you are researching upcoming travel (and thus will soon be buried in the world of travel blogs).  It seems like everyone has a travel blog these…

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(Almost) Free Weekends For the Taking

There are hundreds of websites touting free travel tips, most of which revolve around credit card tricks (sign up bonuses, manufactured spending, or the like) or redeeming points/miles for trips.  But if you already travel for business, there are often many opportunities out there for free weekends. My favorite way to get free weekends is…

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