The Working Reading List: Business Travel for the Road Warrior to the Traveling Novice

by Rachel Yeomans | November 18th, 2011   

Happy Friday! We hope that your week is wrapping up well, and you’re gearing up for a fantastic weekend. Here is our weekly reading list and recap of what we’ve been reading on business and business fashion throughout the interwebs. In fact we’re doing something differently now. I thought it’d be fun to feature a weekly theme through our social media channels (particularly Facebook, Twitter and our LinkedIn group). This week our theme has been business travel! So each week we’ll be featuring highlights surrounding our weekly theme!

Woman Reading Paper The Working Reading List: Business Travel for the Road Warrior to the Traveling Novice

We also share more reads each day through our Twitter feed and Facebook page, so if you’re hungry for more, you have even more places to check out! Have you read something you want included or do you have a theme you’d like us to feature? Let us know in the comments or email it to Happy reading!

Six Business Travel Websites Not to Miss (Inc.): New tools to make your next business trip a little less headache-inducing.

Four Tips for Flying in Style. Travel Expert Wanda Mann Shares Tips on Pain-Free and Stylish Business Travel (TheWorkingWardrobe): the business traveler has to successfully find a way to meld feeling good with looking fabulous. Here are four tips that will take you from the plane, train or automobile to a power meeting in style.

Your Work Travel Wardrobe Guide from the “Of a Kind” Founders (The Grindstone): Women make up nearly half of all the business travel in the U.S. Hear from the experts on how they pack for it.

Five Places to Get Work Done When You’re Traveling (Mashable): You don’t have to sit in your hotel room or in a nearby cafe when you’re on the road trying to get work done. Here are several places that you can choose from that may even assist in making you more productive!

Smart Tags for Luggage (Inc.): Have you ever lost your phone, laptop, or bag (or worse, all three) when you’ve been traveling? Here are two resources you can tap into to leverage in case that happens to you!

Traveling With Your CoWorkers (Corporette): Here is a rundown of some fantastic bits of advice for when you find yourself traveling for business with your coworkers…or even your boss.

Women on the Run: Hanes Lasting Sheer Hosiery Test (TheWorkingWardrobe): I discovered that hosiery can survive cleaning an apartment and dancing at a wedding. But can hosiery withstand the test of moving? Find out here!