Dumb stuff, we all do it and there’s no better place to display it than at the airport. For most, the airport isn’t anyone’s natural habitat. You’ll come across more strangers than friends, you’ll be subjected to rules that you didn’t make and oh yeah, plan on waiting in line…..
Amazon Prime, like it or not, it’s here to stay. For me, it’s changed the way I shop, especially when traveling. Often I’ll order items that I need and have them shipped to clients or hotels so they’re there when I arrive. You’ll be surprised how Amazon Prime can reduce
“To Do” lists, a necessary evil, I use Any.Do to help me keep my “S” together. Any.Do offers a simple interface that interacts with Alexa and Apple reminders. What most people fail to have is a “Don’t Do” list. You should start one and add these 3 things it. Don’t Overpack –
That collective sigh you hear is from teachers, summer has arrived. For many, summer travel season has begun. I spent the last six Monday’s through Friday’s on the road so I decided to take a Staycation last week. Here are a few travel tips and some activities that might help
Do You Lock Your Luggage? Most luggage comes with locks, and if they don’t you can always buy TSA approved luggage locks. Luggage locks provide a false sense of security and can be thwarted with something as simple as a ballpoint pen. This has been around for a while, but
When you land that first job that requires you to travel, two things happen. First, you become a Baby Road Warrior. You keep a count on how many more hotel nights you need to make “Platinum Level” or how many more flights to make “Preferred Status” on the airlines. Travel