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    • 5 Tips to Survive a One Day Business Trip

      5 Tips to Survive a One Day Business Trip

      Everyone’s favorite, the one day trip. Leave at 5am, return home at midnight, if you’re lucky.  In my younger days (mid to late twenties) I would do one-day trips all the time with no problem. Once I had kids and couldn’t just sleep endlessly…
      - 2 days ago, 13 Sep 19, 2:22pm -
    • How should business travelers tell their boss they’re pregnant?

      How should business travelers tell their boss they’re pregnant?

      What is the best way and best timing for business travelers to tell their boss that they’re pregnant? Reader C asks… My job requires 50% travel but in reality I travel less than 20%. I am expecting my first baby early next year and my doctor woul…
      - 6 days ago, 9 Sep 19, 11:41am -
    • How to make getting a visa less stressful

      How to make getting a visa less stressful

      I’ve got a couple of international trips coming up, including India which requires a visa. The visa process can be cumbersome and a little overwhelming, especially when you go through it the first time. Here are some tips for making it less painful…
      - 10 days ago, 5 Sep 19, 3:05pm -
    • 3 options under $100: rolling briefcase for business travel

      3 options under $100: rolling briefcase for business travel

      Is it possible to find a quality rolling briefcase for business travel under $100? Reader L asks… Hi Road Warriorette! I have been traveling regularly for work for years and am usually gone for 3 days. I found out that over the next year I’ll be…
      - 19 days ago, 27 Aug 19, 1:22pm -
    • Travel when you’re not feeling well

      Travel when you’re not feeling well

      Travel when you’re not feeling well is no fun! But is it possible to make it manageable? Reader J asks…. I’ve had allergies for the last few weeks that have unfortunately turned into a sinus infection. I have to travel this week to a conference…
      - 25 days ago, 21 Aug 19, 1:01pm -
    • 3 tips for getting into your airplane seat quickly

      3 tips for getting into your airplane seat quickly

      Boarding airplanes is an exercise in frustration and annoyance. People are slow, don’t pay attention, and take waaaaaaay too long to get into their seat once they get to their row.  Don’t be slow! With a little planning getting into your airplan…
      - 27 days ago, 19 Aug 19, 12:00pm -
    • One Dress Two Ways, Summer and Fall edition

      One Dress Two Ways, Summer and Fall edition

      This is such an interesting time of year, clothing wise. On the one hand, in Texas it is so insanely hot stepping outside is like walking into an oven. Each morning as I get dressed I have to strategize about which items are least likely to contribut…
      - 32 days ago, 14 Aug 19, 1:26pm -
    • Productivity tips for managing three kids and business travel (without losing my mind)

      Productivity tips for managing three kids and business travel (without losing my mind)

      This week’s post is real talk, y’all. I wrote this note about productivity for my email list a few months ago, at the beginning of the summer. At that point things were fairly calm in my work/travel life but about to get crazy with kid stuff, fam…
      - 39 days ago, 7 Aug 19, 3:24pm -
    • 10 Travel Safety Tips

      10 Travel Safety Tips

      Business travel is critical to the jobs of many people, including yours truly. Whether you’re traveling for fun or for work, especially as a woman on her own, travel safety is always something to keep in mind. I’ve personally had all kinds of cra…
      - 46 days ago, 31 Jul 19, 3:25pm -
    • Always check your rental car receipts! (and check the car for damage)

      Always check your rental car receipts! (and check the car for damage)

      So this is going to be a little bit of rant and a little bit of a cautionary tale. Like many business travelers I rent cars all the time, typically at least twice per month if not more. I’ve been lucky–over my 13 years of regular rentals I’ve h…
      - 51 days ago, 26 Jul 19, 1:07pm -

    The Cranky Flier

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    Travel Pro Tales

    • Palm Island, Grenadines - The Nitty Gritty

      Palm Island, Grenadines - The Nitty Gritty

      We have been looking for somewhere new and different for quite a time now. Somewhere one can be away from it all but able to enjoy good company and excellent service. Somewhere that is visually stunning yet not to vicious on flying time or money. I a…
      - 8 May 19, 6:45am -
    • A dining guide to Paxos
      Paxos has loads of restaurants and like most places in Greece the food is tasty although rather samey. You can always get the usual fare of squid, Octopus, Souvlaki, Mousakka, chips, chips, more chips and rice. Although the food can seem similar mea…
      - 6 Nov 18, 6:07am -
    • Paxos. Worth going?
      Is the island of Paxos worth visiting? Like most places the answer is very much where you stay and what you like. It is certainly a very beautiful place although it is starting to get very busy, particularly during school holidays, not only with Euro…
      - 29 Oct 18, 8:34am -
    • Hermitage Bay Antigua - The Nitty Gritty

      Hermitage Bay Antigua - The Nitty Gritty

      We needed somewhere new to go as our first choice (Galley Bay, Antigua) had been shut allegedly because of hurricane Irma but actually because they decided to undergo a refit. Because of the non-refundable/re-routeable Club Class tickets I had bought…
      - 4 Jan 18, 10:55am -
    • Galley Bay - The Nitty Gritty
      Some people like to know the fine detail and, as I am one of them, here is my interpretation of what I saw and often used.The Resort:Built along a ¾ mile strip of sandy bay between two headlands that separate it from its neighbours. There is room fo…
      - 29 Dec 17, 6:46am -
    • Galley Bay, Antigua. Put to the test

      Galley Bay, Antigua. Put to the test

      I was not so sure whether I wanted to go to Antigua again. After all, years back we used to go regularly and in some ways we thought enough might be enough. More recently we have journeyed slightly deeper into ‘unspoiled’ Caribbean and enjoyed pl…
      - 21 Oct 17, 2:30pm -
    • Places to go back to again and again
      I started writing about places I would (and would not want) to visit again. Having been blessed in the past with a large opportunity to travel in my work and holiday I visited many countries and islands more than once and here is my verdict on them.…
      - 10 Oct 17, 5:55am -
    • British Airways. Saint or sinner?
      So what is it with British Airways? Why does it seem so many people are falling out of love with them? If they exist who are these people?  How many?  And do they have a point.First one needs to clarify who they are as so many things have changed i…
      - 29 Jul 17, 7:25am -
    • Is Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Upper Class?
      I have taken to flying Virgin quite a lot recently and when I do I usually book in advance (for price) into the Upper Class cabin. This is mainly because I go to the Caribbean quite frequently and Virgin take off earlier and are far more prompt than…
      - 14 Jul 17, 9:13am -
    • Hoping for an airline upgrade. You’ll be lucky!
      No seriously, I mean it because luck is probably the best way to describe so called airline selection policy as it applies to that all important upgrade. A huge shame really as, with the arrival of single class competitors, the incentive of potential…
      - 26 Jun 17, 9:19am -
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    • The Loyalty Program Guide to United Airlines

      The Loyalty Program Guide to United Airlines

      Travel enough and you start to notice the difference between the have’s and the have-not’s. That is, those travelers who have elite status (and the perks that come along with it) and those that don’t. If you’re in the latter part of that pass…
      - 3 days ago, 12 Sep 19, 7:11am -
    • The Loyalty Program Guide to Southwest Airlines
      Travel enough and you start to notice the difference between the have’s and the have-not’s. That is, those travelers who have elite status (and the perks that come along with it) and those that don’t. If you’re in the latter part of that pass…
      - 11 days ago, 4 Sep 19, 7:02am -
    • 9 Steps to Take When Your Luggage Is Lost
      That sinking feeling you get in your stomach when you don’t see your suitcase at the baggage claim is not how you want to leave the airport. Fortunately, if your luggage is lost, there are steps you can take to get your luggage back and get reimbur…
      - 18 days ago, 28 Aug 19, 7:25am -
    • The Loyalty Program Guide to Alaska Airlines

      The Loyalty Program Guide to Alaska Airlines

      Travel enough and you start to notice the difference between the have’s and the have-not’s. That is, those travelers who have elite status (and the perks that come along with it) and those that don’t. If you’re in the latter part of that pass…
      - 25 days ago, 21 Aug 19, 7:21am -
    • The Loyalty Program Guide to JetBlue Airways
      Travel enough and you start to notice the difference between the have’s and the have-not’s. That is, those travelers who have elite status (and the perks that come along with it) and those that don’t. If you’re in the latter part of that pass…
      - 32 days ago, 14 Aug 19, 7:20am -
    • The Loyalty Program Guide to Delta Air Lines
      Travel enough and you start to notice the difference between the have’s and the have-not’s. That is, those travelers who have elite status (and the perks that come along with it) and those that don’t. If you’re in the latter part of that pass…
      - 39 days ago, 7 Aug 19, 7:25am -
    • How to Protect Your Privacy When Traveling for Business
      Your presentation is polished. A week’s worth of networking events have been RSVP’d to and synced with your calendar. And the right attire? You’ve perfected the art of carrying on and arriving wrinkle-free. With your most important business…
      - 46 days ago, 31 Jul 19, 7:17am -
    • Here’s Why All the Savviest Travelers You Know Never Fly Without TripIt

      Here’s Why All the Savviest Travelers You Know Never Fly Without TripIt

      The post Here’s Why All the Savviest Travelers You Know Never Fly Without TripIt appeared first on TripIt Blog.
      - 53 days ago, 24 Jul 19, 7:32am -
    • How to Make Business Travel More Luxurious

      How to Make Business Travel More Luxurious

      The post How to Make Business Travel More Luxurious appeared first on TripIt Blog.
      - 61 days ago, 16 Jul 19, 7:08am -
    • What Travelers Need to Know About REAL ID

      What Travelers Need to Know About REAL ID

      The post What Travelers Need to Know About REAL ID appeared first on TripIt Blog.
      - 65 days ago, 12 Jul 19, 7:05am -

    WSJ: The Middle Seat Terminal

    Hack My Trip

    • Yahoo! Is Killing Its Directory Service

      Yahoo! Is Killing Its Directory Service

      You’re probably wondering why I’m bothering to write about this in a travel blog. Well, I’m part of a special group of people. I am one of the last generations to remember a time before the Internet. For my younger readers, there was once a ti…
      - 2 Oct 14, 1:30pm -
    • Earn 300 Business Extra Points for Travel by October 31

      Earn 300 Business Extra Points for Travel by October 31

      American Airlines operates a parallel loyalty program for its small business customers called Business Extra. Anyone can join and add their number to an American Airlines reservation to earn additional points for lounge passes, free flights, or even…
      - 2 Oct 14, 11:15am -
    • Amex Terminates Annual Spend Bonus for Premier Rewards Gold

      Amex Terminates Annual Spend Bonus for Premier Rewards Gold

      Yesterday I heard that American Express is getting rid of the annual threshold bonus on its Premier Rewards Gold card (HT to The Points Guy). Customers could earn 15,000 Membership Rewards points if they spent at least $30,000 in a calendar year…
      - 2 Oct 14, 10:40am -
    • Be sure to use Amazon Payments by October 12th

      Be sure to use Amazon Payments by October 12th

      As you may know, you will no longer be able to send money person-to-person using Amazon Payments starting on October 13th.  Today is October 2nd, so the $1,000 limit for sending money to another person reset yesterday for the final time.  If you ha…
      - 2 Oct 14, 9:15am -
    • Thanking United For Their Flyer Friendly Delays

      Thanking United For Their Flyer Friendly Delays

      From the desk of the Devil’s Advocate… I’m on a United flight from Dallas to Los Angeles as I write this and we’re running an hour late. Which of course means some complaining is in order, right?  I mean, I have to get up early tomorrow, and…
      - 2 Oct 14, 7:05am -

    Reuters: Business Travel

    • London keeps global edge as top transport finance hub
      London remains the top financing centre for the global transport industry, although it faces stiff competition from New York and capitals in Asia Pacific as companies seek to tap more funding sources, a survey showed on Friday.
      - 15 Mar 13, 11:27am -
    • Lawmakers hover as more homeowners rent rooms to visitors
      For British student Carly Connor a trip to London for a city break would be impossible if she had to pay for a hotel so instead she rents a room in a Londoner's home.
      - 15 Mar 13, 11:03am -
    • BlackBerry plans security feature for Android, iPhone
      BlackBerry will offer technology to separate and make secure both work and personal data on mobile devices powered by Google Inc's Android platform and by Apple Inc's iOS operating system, the company said on Thursday.
      - 15 Mar 13, 10:48am -
    • Top 10 stopover stays
      Spending a night between destinations in a stopover city and need a place to stay? Online boutique hotel experts Mr & Mrs Smith (www.mrandmrssmith.com) have come up with 10 hotels for a memorable stopover. Reuters has not endorsed this list.
      - 15 Mar 13, 9:54am -
    • 48 hours in Rochester, New York
      Synonymous with film photography, lilacs and classical music, Rochester offers an unusual array of attractions for a mid-sized U.S. city that brought industrial prowess to a scenic river gorge on Lake Ontario's southern shore.
      - 15 Mar 13, 9:37am -
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