Traveling For Work

December 1, 2006

I have been reading people who frequently travel for work, at least two weeks out of every month. It's interesting that some love being away, while others find themselves alone, and lonely in hotel rooms, at the end of the day, no matter how nice the accommodations are. All hate the inconveniences of air travel in this day and age.

Most are doing it for the income and often to establish themselves in their field. They report that the industry they work in is changing and they must keep up or will be replaced by someone younger who will take less money, and is often equally qualified. Further complications arise in air travel with changes in climate from work to home. One of the best ways to stay healthy is to keep your body temperature at a comfortable level. Breathing the air in planes is also said to cause illness.

I also read foreigners who come to the US on work visas, spending one or more years here. Some love it, while others miss family and friends, flying back and forth as time and money allows.

With holidays coming that center on family, most would prefer to be home, making preparations.

If you're sitting in an airport now, reading this from your laptop, you understand. The weather is getting colder and your journey perhaps more harsh. You can do it. Travel safely and have a great holiday season.

Everything is changing. The way I do my work is evolving along with the changing tides as we all travel through our lives. Next stop ... Chanukah, Christmas and our changing thoughts about religion.





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