Trying to cram hog-sized carry-ons into tight overhead spaces and drinking two bottles of wine before 8 a.m. local time will not serve you well when traveling for work. Here are some practical tips, as well as some apps and websites, to make business travel run more smoothly.
Business travel, especially across multiple times zones, can be stressful and leave you feeling less than your best. But jet lag be damned: Making room for "personal artifacts" helps overcome the stress and puts you back on top when you're working far away from home.
Juggling business travel and family is tricky for anyone—but there are special challenges that women face. Here are a few ways to help make it easier, both while you're up in the air, and for the folks back home.
I have to admire those minimalists who have taken the pledge to cut their stuff to just the top 100 items they need in life. Wouldn't it be great if some of these people flew? For business travel, leaving some of that gear behind might remind you that your most valuable tools are already with you.
An increasing number of travelers eschew that greatest single modern invention since liquid soap—the wheelie bag—and opt instead for luggage that must be carried; they can be categorized as "passenger extreme" or "passenger couture." Before you pack up for your next business trip, consider what your luggage says about you.
Halloween is a metaphor-rich time to address the Sleepbox phenomenon coming alive in airports around the globe. There have been times I've felt like the walking dead as I stalked across a strange concourse—but no matter how much you need a little shuteye, actually renting a Sleepbox presents some issues.