4 Things NOT to Take Home from a Trip

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It’s hard enough remembering to re-pack all the essentials when your trip is over. But did you know that bringing back the wrong things could actually spell BIG trouble? Unfortunately, many travelers are unaware they may be packing items that could lead to major issues—not just when they get back to the U.S, but also…

Adventures in Packing: Preventing the Stress from Weighing You Down

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Figuring out what to pack can be an adventure in itself.  Figuring out how to pack is an art form. Get it right and you won’t be scrambling to find a toothbrush or washing socks in the hotel sink at 3am after realizing you forgot to pack extras. Get it wrong and you’ll catch yourself cursing…

Travel Cheat Sheet of the Month: 5 Ways to be a Carry-on Business Traveler

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Flight delays, cancelled connections, lost luggage … bottom line: if you don’t check bags, there’s less room for error. Not to mention there’s the cost savings, freedom and extra mobility that packing light gives you. So what’s the catch? Well … packing for today’s overhead bin reality can be a little tricky. Here are some of…

Five Tips for Working Moms Who Travel

Business travel for working moms can sometimes be tough, especially if you have to be away from your children for an extended period of time. Whether you travel often or just once in a while, you, your kids and your partner are put to the test as soon as you leave for the airport. Here…

How to Pack Like a Pro on Your Next Business Trip

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Packing for a business trip involves careful consideration. After all, your aim is to look polished, stay organized, and not forget anything important—all while keeping your luggage light and easy to carry. Here we discuss our favorite packing tips and how you can pack like a pro on your next business trip: Plan Ahead: Before you…

Travel Assistance 101: What to Do When Your Luggage Goes Missing

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After a long and uncomfortable flight, you finally arrive at the baggage carousel only to realize that your baggage is nowhere in sight. Great. Besides having a business meeting in less than three hours, you still need to pick up your rental car, check into your hotel room and change into your meeting attire which,…

8 Tips for Protecting Your Identity When You Travel

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Recent studies show that identity theft is a $37 billion crime that affects 1 in 25 Americans with the average victim paying out $631 in out-of-pocket costs and 33 hours of their time. And it doesn’t just happen at home—in fact, you may be even more vulnerable to it while traveling because you’re carrying your…

Winter Driving Tips Part 1: Winterizing Your Vehicle

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Winter is here and that means nasty weather could make your travels a bit more slippery (no pun intended!) than usual. AccuWeather’s winter forecast is calling for above-normal snowfall in some parts of the country, and the Federal Highway Administration reports that nearly one-quarter of weather-related vehicle crashes occur on snowy, slushy or icy roads….

7 Sanity-Saving Winter Travel Packing Tips

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Travelers planning trips to cold weather destinations are faced with an interesting conundrum: Over pack and you’ll be dragging unwanted weight and bulk through airports, hotels and new cities. Under pack and you could find yourself on a wild goose chase, scouring shops in unfamiliar destinations for what you need to stay warm. Have no…