Business travel for Moms

United Ends Early Boarding for Families

In April, United got rid of pre-boarding for families. Previously, families with small children could board before general boarding. According to CNN, United’s spokesperson said: “We figured it would be better to simplify that process and reduce the number of boarding groups.” Uh, okay. Whatever. That reasoning sounds like, well, an excuse. It seems there…

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Business Traveler Interview: Aliza Sherman and Danielle Smith

You guys have heard a lot from my experience at Blog World, but I haven’t shared everything. One of the best workshops I attended was about empowering women to be public speakers, run by Aliza Sherman, Jill Foster, and Danielle Smith. Aliza and Danielle recently wrote MOM, Incorporated, about how to have a family and…

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Business Travel While Breastfeeding from The Juggle

I get a lot of questions from readers about breastfeeding while traveling, and evidently I’m not the only one. Last week The Juggle featured an article with tips about how to do it successfully.  It is absolutely allowed, and completely doable. The main points from The Juggle: Prepare ahead of time. Build up your supply…

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Business Travel 101: Dealing With Loneliness

Business Travel 101 is a weekly series about making that first business trip as easy and successful as possible. Packing, security, comfort, and etiquette are all factors that, with a little planning, can contribute to a smooth and efficient trip. If you think of a topic I should include, email me at RoadWarriorette@gmail.com. It can…

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