Tag: travel

  • Mastering the Art of Work Travel: Prepping for Departure and Returning Home Gracefully

    Mastering the Art of Work Travel: Prepping for Departure and Returning Home Gracefully

    “Travel brings power and love back into your life.” – Rumi. But what happens when that travel is for work and brings with it the stress of meetings, presentations, and the discomfort of being away from home?

  • On The Move: Maintaining Healthy Routines While Traveling For Work

    On The Move: Maintaining Healthy Routines While Traveling For Work

    The art of balancing health and wellness while traveling for work is not an easy feat. Often, we find ourselves stuck in a conference room, surrounded by pastries, seated for hours on end, and then to top it off, our sleep is disrupted. How can we maintain healthy routines while on the road?

  • Maintaining Self-Care and Routines While Traveling for Work

    Maintaining Self-Care and Routines While Traveling for Work

    Traveling for work can be a double-edged sword; on one hand, it offers the excitement of visiting new places and the opportunity to expand your professional network. On the other hand, it can disrupt your self-care routines and leave you feeling exhausted and overwhelmed.

  • Finding Your Inner Explorer: A Journey Towards a More Adventurous Life

    Living a fulfilling and adventurous life is a goal that many of us aspire to, but it can be challenging to know where to start. Here are some practical tips and inspiring stories to help you on your journey towards a more adventurous and fulfilling life. Embrace New Experiences – One of the keys to…

  • The Ten Day Work Trip

    [COVID Day Five Hundred Seventy] I finally packed. The day of the flight. And I made the flight. And flying domestically within the United States is every bit as scary as I thought it’d be – no vaccine verification, no COVID test verification, just wear a mask, pack into the overbooked plane and hope you…

  • Have You Packed Yet?

    It’s fascinating to me how when I’m procrastinating doing one thing, I will do SO MANY OTHER THINGS. That I have been procrastinating.

  • The Packing List!

    [COVID Day Five Hundred Sixty Seven] OMG OMG OMG OMG Cause I’m going to pack Sunday which means I need to do laundry Saturday which means I need to write this list NOW. Also, Leander, don’t forget that you need to reschedule that doctor’s appointment you have for this upcoming Friday because YOU’LL TOTALLY BE…

  • Ready to Fly Again?!?

    [COVID Day Five Hundred Sixty Six] I am traveling for work, having not traveled for eighteen months, starting on Monday, lasting for ten days, and not going to one conference, but, technically, only two, but with LOTS of day zero events and social events and everything that goes on in between. And working The Booth.…

  • The Cough That Would Not Go

    [COVID Day Five Hundred Sixty Three] I have had a frakin’ cough for how long now and it’s NOT COVID but damn. Also, I am flying for work for the first time in two years. On Monday. I’M NOT FREAKING OUT YOU’RE FREAKING OUT Wish me luck.

  • And Then BAM! Have Some Depression

    I mean, but, well, it’s kind of understandable. My Grandma Porter died a year ago peacefully in her sleep. She had been in hospice for a few months. It wasn’t a surprise. The memorial was a few days later. I couldn’t make it. I wrote something that my Aunt Julie read for me. Thanks, AJ!…

  • Psst… You Wanna Hear A Secret?

    I’ve been keeping a lot of things on the downlow lately for various reasons. And it’s time to let all the cats out of all the bags.

  • A Vacation From My Vacation

    Yesterday I flew back from the States, jokingly to escape the Area 51 raid, but seriously cause it was the end of vacation and since said vacation was two weeks taking care of Boy Twin and visiting family, I am taking the next four work days off.