An East Coast Bleisure Travel Guide & Infographic

Posted by Wendy Sheats on May 4, 2016


Bleisure combines the words "business" and "leisure," and bleisure travel occurs when people traveling for work take personal days before, during and/or after work for leisurely, non-business travel. Sometimes, these folks take their families along, but solo travelers have plenty of fun, too.

Bleisure travel is an excellent idea regardless of whether a traveler has previously been to a certain location. Cities change, and there are always new things to do and see. The East Coast of the United States is one place that teems with opportunity for bleisure travelers; in fact, two of the top five domestic travel destinations, New York City and Philadelphia, are on the East Coast, according to an American Express Global Business Travel report. Readers of Conde Nast Traveler also add Washington, D.C., Boston and New Orleans to the list of popular business travel destinations. Meanwhile, Cvent recommends Orlando and Atlanta, particularly for conventions and meetings.

So, for any bleisure travelers who find themselves in these cities, download our Guide to East Coast Bleisure Travel for hotels, restaurants and activities that will inject a true leisure twist into business travel.

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Topics: Business Travel, Leisure Travel, Business Travel Tips, Bleisure Travel, Tourist Attractions

4 Ways to Stay Healthy While Traveling for Business

Posted by Wendy Sheats on April 26, 2016


Staying healthy while traveling for business can be difficult, no matter your job. And even if you do seemingly everything right--you eat healthfully, you strive for enough sleep, and you exercise--your emotions might still be listless due to homesickness. With that in mind, here are four ways to stay healthy on your business travels.

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Topics: Business Travel, Business Travel Tips

4 Work/Life Balance Tips for Working Parents Who Travel for Business

Posted by Wendy Sheats on April 19, 2016


If you are one of the many working parents who travel for business, finding a work/life balance is not always as easy as you would hope. It may feel like you always have to sacrifice a child's game or performance in favor of business, or vice versa. However, there are a few things you might be able to try that you have not thought of.

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Topics: Business Travel, Business Travel Tips

3 Apps Every Business Traveler Needs to Stay Connected to Loved Ones

Posted by Wendy Sheats on March 9, 2016

"I, [business traveler] take you, [cell phone], to be my wedded wife/husband…

When traveling for business, executives are married to their smartphones because technology makes business travel easier and helps keep us plugged into what's happening while we're on the go. Smartphone technology seems to advance by the minute, offering a plethora of apps that allow users to manage their businesses from the palms of their hands and connect with clients, no matter where they are. 

Smartphone app technology is also how many road warriors stay connected with thier families. The most difficult aspect of business travel is leaving loved ones behind. Kids are less understanding than spouses, but even the most understanding partner may become frustrated with frequent business travel.

Whether traveling domestically or internationally, there are 3 apps that every road warrior and frequent flyer need to stay connected:

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Topics: Business Travel Tips