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With the economy in the toilet, odds are your company isn't about to splurge on first-class seats and penthouse suites--you're flying coach like the rest of us, kid. Nancy Keates, author of The Wall Street Journal Guide to the Business of Life, shares the inside scoop on scoring CEO-style perks.
1. Nab the best seat on the plane. Seatguru.com rates every single seat on every type of plane for 50 of the most popular airlines. For instance, you can find out which seats have the "least recline," and which ones are near the bathroom or above the engine. Now, if only they could show you where the screaming infant will sit . . .
2. Reserve your parking space. Tired of parking miles away from the airport? The Park 'N Fly Network (
pnfnetwork.com) lets you reserve a rock-star parking spot at discounted rates at 68 major U.S. airports--so you don't have to park that Prius out in the boonies.
3. Zoom through airport security. For about $130, enroll in the Registered Traveler Program (tsa.gov), now in 19 U.S. airports and growing, and head straight to an express security line. For life in the fast lane, you'll need to pass a "security threat assessment," but hey, the one-time process beats standing in line in your bare feet, chipped pedicure and all.
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Power Players Build on Success
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Don't Stress! You Can Get in Good Shape Money-wise
Yes, maybe you eat paleo and have mastered crow pose, but do you practice financial wellness?
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The Book Club Revolution
Lots of women are voracious readers. Other women are capitalizing on that.
By Lily Herman
The Future of Women and Work
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By Megan DiTrolio
Black-Owned Coworking Spaces Are Providing a Safe Haven for POC
For people of color, many of whom prefer to WFH, inclusive coworking spaces don't just offer a place to work—they cultivate community.
By Megan DiTrolio
Where Did All My Work Friends Go?
The pandemic has forced our work friendships to evolve. Will they ever be the same?
By Rachel Epstein