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How To Focus When You’re Tired or Jet Lagged

Whether you just got off an overnight flight or simply stayed up too late the night before, you will likely struggle with being productive at work all day. Here are ways to get yourself going — whether you're making a big presentation to a client, wanting to show your "A game"... Read more

Does White Noise Affect Your Productivity?

Buzzing, dinging, honking, chattering, the rustle of wind, the sound of rainfall — these types of sounds can either collectively spell white noise — or major distraction. “For many people, especially solo-preneurs, white noise is the heartbeat of productivity," says Bob Clary, director of marketing at DevelopIntelligence, a technical learning solutions... Read more

9 Essentials for Your Hotel Night Stand

For many people, it's important to keep their night stand at home stocked with simple comforts to stave off overnight nuisances like thirst or unwanted light or sound. On the road, where you're already coping with an unfamiliar schedule and surroundings, it's even more important to place a few handy... Read more

The Best Recovery Techniques and Gear for Traveling

With ever-shrinking space for carry-on luggage, it can be hard to find enough room for athletic shoes and workout clothes, let alone additional gear. But it's worth it to make room for certain items that can help your body recover from a tough workout. Here are six items worth squeezing in... Read more

5 Great Reads For Your Mood On Your Next Trip

Summer travel is a time-tested tradition that often involves long security lines and even longer flight delays. Whether we're hopping state lines, skipping time zones or crossing international borders, time spent waiting at the gate and sitting on grounded planes can feel like an eternity. In times like these, solid... Read more

Responsible Tourism: Leaving A Positive Impact When And Where You Travel

"Sustainable" and “responsible" have become buzzwords in the travel industry in recent years, but when it comes down to it, they really mean the same thing. Sustainable, responsible, travel simply means focusing on not leaving a negative impact on the places you're visiting. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, here... Read more

How To Move On From Your New Year’s Resolutions

Your list of New Year's Resolutions, written carefully on the first page of your still crisp and clean 2017 planner, stares back at you. Barre class three days a week. Pack lunch every day. In bed by 10 pm on weekdays. You were so hopeful when you wrote down your goals... Read more

Best New Travel Gear to Gift or Keep

Whether you're writing your own wish list or gifting a fellow active traveler, these 11 new or under-the-radar products are poised to make your winter trips better than ever. Dress to Impress Moisture-wicking and impossibly comfortable, Public Rec's Go-To Tee ($54) is the ideal base layer for winter wardrobes. Top... Read more