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 2-4-15-2
interesting 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:

  • Because I see this happen all the time here’s a helpful boarding etiquette tip.  Watch your space. When going down the aisle, make sure you avoid the knees of those already seated. Know where your small bag is—I’ve seen more people whacked on the head by small bags than I can remember. This goes double for a backpack! The best thing to do is hold your bag in your hand, not leave it on your shoulder or back. And if you do knock into someone, apologize profusely. (This counts when you’re off the airplane, too!)

Week in review:

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

Comments of the week:

  • This week I wrote a post asking readers for help on how to prevent my travel toothbrush from getting moldy.  @Patrick is our comment of the week and said “I use the Sonicare Dentist Edition toothbrush that has an accompanied case. I either use a hand towel to dry it off thoroughly, or use the hair dryer if I’m using it that day. At the end of the week, I use the cleaning stand that I keep at home to de-ionize and kill bacteria.

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

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Comments

  1. I would add to your travel tip and say please watch when you bend over to put up your luggage. I have had so many people’s backsides in my face! No one wants to up close and personal with a stranger’s behind. Squat at the knees or turn a bit. Thanks!

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