Road Warriorette Weekend Express

Hey readers! Got a question or something you want to discuss this weekend?  Here’s the perfect opportunity!  Whether you want to share an Weekend Express picinteresting travel story, a packing tip, an etiquette tip, or anything else going on in the business travel world, comment here and we’ll have a discussion.

Travel tip of the week:

  • Put small amounts of liquids in a small contact lens case. I have face wash, eye cream, moisturizer, and primer in contact lens cases in my toiletry bag at all times.  Here’s a pack of three contact lens cases on Amazon.

Week in review:

Here are travel news stories that caught my eye this week:

Comment of the week:

  • @Laura posted a comment on my travel etiquette post suggesting travelers not to take up seats at the gate with their bag. “Ditto what everyone else has said: I frequently use the chairs around me for my stuff if they are empty. If I happen to notice the boarding area getting crowded, I’ll move my stuff, but honestly it usually takes someone approaching me – and I don’t mind that at all. As Tricia noted, in the reverse situation, I have no problem asking “is someone sitting in that seat?” or “may I use that seat?” There are a lot of people who PREFER to stand (since they will be sitting on the plane) so I don’t automatically assume that people standing means they want the seat that my stuff is on, unless they are eyeing it.”

Readers, chime in with what’s on your mind! I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. Hook ‘em horns!!

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Comments

  1. One thing I’ve never seen discussion of is getting points and miles after retirement. If you try for a credit cards after retiring does the bank see the lower income and lower all the credit limits with them? Can you still get the reward cards – just with lower limits? Or are your big mileage days over?

    I may be looking at retirement within a year. I’m figuring I’ll do some heavy application before that, but am not really sure what will be best.

    I wonder if there are any bloggers out there that coming from the retired person POV.

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