Travel Planning


Top 10 Tips for Travel Planning [Infographic]

Travel planning involves coordinating a lot of details and being ready to deal with the unexpected – flight cancelations, lost luggage, traffic jams, illnesses. But it doesn’t have to be a stressful hassle! With these tips, you can plan and organize travel like a...

Unlock Your Travel Planning Success with a Better System

Coordinating travel for yourself, your executive, or your team members can be complicated – regardless of how long you’ve been doing it! From organizing the countless travel details to handling flight delays and cancellations, your job is never done! But there are a...

7 Simple Strategies that Will Make You a Travel Planning Pro

Travel planning is a part of the job for most administrative professionals today. So it’s important to stay up to date on the latest best practices and resources available for coordinating travel. But with a wealth of technology, tools, and online travel planning...

My Top 10 Free Travel Apps for Connectivity & Productivity

Whether you or your executive travels for business, both of you should be aware of this list of my top 10 free travel apps that can keep you connected and productive while away from the office. I say “both of you” because as an admin, you can significantly shorten...

3 Tools for Creating a Simple and Effective Travel Binder [SPONSORED]

Organizing travel for your executives can be challenging, whether you’re brand new to travel planning or a seasoned pro. From coordinating the countless details, to handling spur-of-the-moment emergencies like delayed or canceled flights, travel planning is an ongoing...

My Favorite Travel Items for Staying Organized on the Go

Are you guilty of holding up the line at a security checkpoint because you have so much stuff in your pockets? Have you ever lost your wallet or phone while traveling because it fell out of your bag? Does packing for a trip consist of throwing a bunch of stuff in a...

An Admin’s Guide to Travel Planning

As an administrative professional, it’s your responsibility to make your executive’s professional life easier. This probably isn’t an issue when your executive is sitting nearby by at their desk, but it gets a little more complicated when he or she has to travel....