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How to Stay Sane on a Business Trip

If you spend enough time on the road or in the air, hotel rooms can start to feel like lonesome jail cells. Steven Kurutz writes for The New York Times with some tips to stay cheery. One thing to do is to forego room service as an excuse to get out and be around other human beings. As such, a hotel in the downtown area is preferable, so that sights and sounds are within walking distance. Another helpful tip is to try and build routine into the hotel stay process where possible—book the same hotel, try to find a cozy spot to unwind, etc. For some amusing anecdotes, you can view the full article here:

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