So we drove an hour and twenty minutes south-east of Tucson to visit Willcox, its 3,551 souls, and 20 plus tasting rooms. If this seems like a disproportionate number of wine tasting locations for such a small town, I would agree. But the folks who live in the town and surrounding areas of Willcox have the kind of optimism, determination, work ethic, and vision necessary to make exquisite lemonade out of the driest of lemons.
Skipping the Line – Facts & Fallacies
The fact is, there is no such thing as "skipping the line". There is only guaranteeing you will get into the venue... eventually.
Expense Reporting from the Road
Organizing your expense receipts is vital to submitting a clean expense report or filing deductions on your taxes.
Christmas on the Road – Staying in Touch with Loved Ones
It's not easy, staying in touch with loved ones when traveling during the holidays. Here are a few ideas for reaching out, maintaining that connection, and being true to yourself and your family.
Trust & Baggage Handling
Keep your valuables in your carry-on. Do I really have to tell you this? Am I your mother? (filed under 'lessons learned the hard way')
There are basically three kinds of travel: business, obligatory, and pleasure. One could argue that business is, by it's very nature, obligatory. I can only say that anyone who has ever traveled regularly for business purposes (meetings, presentations, training, system configuration, and every other stupid reason a VP can conceive of for sending warm bodies … Continue reading Travel 101
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