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A Vacation or an Experience?

Wisdom from a Shy Photographer “Find a place to sit and let nature come to you,” advises Paul Teolis, a photographer with G Adventures in Toronto.  He was talking about photography in the Antarctic, but his wisdom applies everywhere, “You don’t want to miss the experience while you are looking for the shot.” Paul is quiet, almost […]

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Make Travel An Adventure

How do you turn a vacation into an adventure?  It used to be that just traveling to another country was enough.  It forced you out of your comfort zone.  You had to contend with a foreign language, a different culture, new foods and different ways of living.  Now, it’s getting increasingly difficult to find something […]

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Jet Lag is Real

In the Sleep, Travel, and Jet Lag article, WebMD gives some practical advice for handling jet lag and sleeping in a strange hotel room.  It’s all good: Adjust your sleeping habits Control your sleeping Fly hydrated (no, alcohol actual dehydrates you!) Avoid caffeine, etc. Guided Visualization is a technique that can support all of these […]

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Business Insomnia – Annoyances

There’s nothing wrong with you that 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep wouldn’t cure.  Business insomnia is about finding strategies to address the things that interrupt your sleep, the swirling ideas, the nagging concerns and the petty annoyances. It’s tough to sleep when you’re annoyed and there are lots of things to annoy business travelers: Cabin […]

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Living Your Life - Bill Kennedy

Business Travel & Living Your Life

“You have to be in Chicago by 8.”  “There’s a problem with the subassembly.  You need to go.”  “They want your help during the audit.  Are your shots up to date?”  Business travel often disrupts not just your work schedule, but your personal one as well.  How do you keep your personal life going when […]

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