There are a lot of different things I could live without when I travel, but I don’t want to. Here are ten essential travel products I use on the road.
Are you a business traveler and spend all your time working because you are constantly catching up? Do you sacrifice sleep responding to one last...
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At home do you….
Exercise, wind down at 8pm, make sure you eat at least one vegetable, stick to 1-2 cups of coffee, stop at one cookie, and stop checking email after 9?
When you travel do you…
Hit snooze, check email until 11pm, eat fast food, drink coffee all day long, take advantage of the corporate per diem at the bar, keep yourself awake by eating cookies all afternoon and forget what a vegetable is?
My schedule is crap. I have no time to exercise.
I have back to back meetings all day. Meditation is not an option.
People will think I’m weird.
I wear (insert here) high heels, a suit, glasses, underwear. The excuses are endless.
A lot of people have crap schedules but you can still find opportunities to move.
What was super important for me that day? Hangry snacks! We ran about two hours later than we thought we would, but thankfully I had packed my snacks. If I hadn’t, I may have been irritable, tired, and rushed to get the videos done. Do you have your Hangry snacks packed for the week in your car, luggage, purse or laptop case? Don’t rush your time with a client or make a gesture to the car beside you that you aren’t proud of.
Is the first item on your job description ‘Read and answer emails’? Unless you are in customer service, I bet it isn’t, however that’s what most people spend their day doing. Do you suck at the email drip? Do you let your email determine your day? Email is another person’s agenda.