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Can Business Travelers Have It All? Work/life balance again in question

“We can’t have it all” – that’s the most current message among women in the executive ranks, an ever-growing contingent of business travelers.  It’s a counter-claim to what I was sold in my teens and twenties as we were encouraged to bust through the glass ceiling by day and go home to perfect fulfilled lives…

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Jetsetter’s Homestead Joins the Boarding Area Family

Every frequent flyer has experienced turbulence many times. Sometimes its a few minutes of bumps in an otherwise smooth flight, reminding you that the metal tube you are in is still 35,000 feet above the earth. Occasionally it’s a rough ride for a significant duration that has you making a mental checklist to kiss your…

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Hotel Reviews – Four Points San Francisco International Airport

I am sometimes quick to form opinions about a property that are very hard to overcome. The Four Points San Francisco International Airport is one of those properties. I had a lousy stay here a decade ago and have steered clear ever since. But unusually high rates for my last travel to the area meant…

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Hotel Reviews Hyatt Regency Wichita

[slide]A recent late night arrival into Wichita necessitated a hotel room where I could recharge before driving elsewhere in the state the following day. I selected the Hyatt Regency Wichita based on past visits and was pleased to find an up-to-date Midwestern gem awaiting me. Check In I arrived at the hotel at almost midnight…

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An App to Prevent a Common Travel Woe – Jetlag Rooster

While like many seasoned road warriors I like to believe that I’m immune to jetlag (with boasts like “my body clock is broken”, I’m definitely guilty of this), the reality is that even a tiny amount of internal disruption can wreck havoc on vacation plans if the internal clock cannot be reset.  For me, jetlag…

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Hotel Reviews Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport

Airport hotels, as a rule, are not sexy. They are utilitarian. In too many cases, they are loud, worn, and co-located near a mediocre selection of chain restaurants. I’m rarely excited to book one, but they all too often make up a significant percentage of my hotel nights for work. A recent 5:15 am flight…

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