Dining out on the road

July 1, 2009 Categorized in: InternetTravel

Who has the best burger in Boise? Where do locals go for the freshest seafood? … Here are three online tools for travelers who love to dine out: Twitter, Yelp and Chowhound.
Catch a second wind by tackling a task on your “Mind Like Mush” list … Is your boss an ‘allergic-to-details’ type? Keep project files handy that contain details he or she is likely to need … Find travel deals by booking later … Spruce up your administrative “portfolio” by adding a dash of visual material.
Travel expenses are on the chopping block at many companies. Three ways to help save money on business travel: Book air travel well in advance or combine several trips into one; ask for the lowest rate when booking a hotel, then ask for one that’s even lower; park cars at off-site lots near airports.

Packing eco-minded travel needs

December 31, 2008 Categorized in: OrganizingTravel

Help your eco-minded boss travel with a green conscience. Steer him toward these goods, perfect for packing.

Get going with online travel aids

October 2, 2008 Categorized in: InternetTravel

Plan trips more easily with these online tools: Farecast, Google Maps and Inside Trip …

Cool Google tools

July 1, 2008 Categorized in: InternetTravelWord

Here are three productivity tools from Google that are worth trying.

Multitask with souped-up cell phone

July 1, 2008 Categorized in: InternetOutlookTravel

Don’t have a fancy smartphone? These add-on tools can make your cell phone as much of a workhorse as an iPhone.
Better than a gas-station road map, a customized AAA TripTik Travel Planner map can help road warriors save time and money.

Travel healthier

July 1, 2007 Categorized in: Travel

Travel healthier by knowing what’s in those airplane snack packs.

Help preserve America’s history

June 1, 2007 Categorized in: Travel

Help preserve America’s history while you’re vacationing this summer by staying at one of the Historic Hotels of America …
The next time your frequently traveling boss lands in another city with nowhere to hold a meeting but a hotel lobby or Starbucks, suggest a temporary office. These spots may be geared toward local start-ups, but they’re also a good fit for someone working on the road.
Headed to a conference soon? Plan a better business trip for you or the boss with these five tips.

Admins’ secrets to finding travel deals

February 1, 2007 Categorized in: Travel

Admins shared these great ideas recently on the Admin Pro Forum.