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I have always loved the saying, “success leaves clues.” Here’s a new saying along that same line: “luggage leaves clues.” What exactly am I talking about?
As I’m settling down to write this, I’ve just gotten into my comfy clothes…sweatpants and a t-shirt. Not just any old t-shirt, but a genuine SkyTeam t-shirt. I donned my slippers with…Continue
Added by Carol Margolis on March 18, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
Preparing myself for travel is one thing (since I travel almost every week); preparing my daughter for travel is another – especially when it involves solo travel to another country. While she’s not a child any more and is a very capable adult, a parent’s worry hovering involvement doesn’t end.
Jenn is on her way to Hong Kong and China for ten days. Watch as I offer my travel words of wisdom on packing and hear Jenn’s silent “Yes, Mom……Continue
Author's savvy earns "Business Travel Success" a finalist spot on the 2012 Business Traveler Innovation Awards ballot
Orlando, FL 14…Continue
Added by Carol Margolis on June 18, 2012 at 10:18am — No Comments
Valentine’s Day is approaching – a day that women who are not in a relationship, and want to be, really do not look forward to. Add in frequent travel to the equation and many of these women send me pleas of, “How do I find someone when I’m traveling all the time?”
So I asked professional relationship coaches, online dating gurus and other women travelers for their advice.
Joyce Morley, Ed.D. of doctorjoyce.com starts off with a great…Continue
Added by Carol Margolis on February 1, 2011 at 8:47pm — No Comments
The holiday travel season is upon us. Between booking travel, buying gifts and organizing the family, who’s got time to even think about the latest airport security procedures? But if you’ve been hearing the word "pat-down" in the news -- yes, it means what you think it means.…Continue
Added by Carol Margolis on November 13, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments
One of my favorite benefits of business travel is seeing new cities, towns and countries, and experiencing different cultures.…Continue
Traveling is not all about sightseeing, great restaurants and experiencing new cities. While these things are great and can make for really enjoyable travel, they are not always in the plans for weekly business travelers. We travel more often because we have to, not because we want to.
For those of us who travel routinely, it can sometimes be mundane things that happen to us…
Added by Carol Margolis on January 27, 2010 at 9:41pm — No Comments