Road warrior survival guide

For the tired men and women who spend more time on the road than they do at home.

For those that are greeted by colleagues with

“Hello stranger,  I remember you……you work here right?”

 

Wherever possible try to avoid booking the last flight of the day. That’s the best way to get stuck at an airport overnight.

Bring a car charger. There is nothing worse than landing with a dead phone when you need to find your hotel or directions to a site.

Never forget your neck pillow. A good neck pillow can be the difference between exhaustion with a side of chronic neck pain, and a well-rested employee.

Yelp is the most useful travel app on Earth. Download it and you’ll have no trouble finding a great restaurant, calling a taxi, or getting reviews on pretty much any business you can imagine.

Save a little time for yourself. Like an evening to grab a nice meal with a friend, see an event, or explore the city… Otherwise, you’re going to get burned out in a hurry.

Avoid Red-eyes. It’s easy to think, oh, I’ll just sleep on the plane, and then I won’t lose a day of work… WRONG! You never get a full night’s sleep when you’re constantly interrupted by connections, beverage service, and in-flight announcements, the flicking of magazine pages. You arrive at work and spend the whole day drinking coffee and falling asleep at your desk. Hardly productive is it?

By |June 14th, 2017|Blog|

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