Just another lawn-mowing day in the life of a Northern Utah teenager. One hot summer afternoon as a kid, I was mowing the front yard when a car pulled over in front of my house. The passenger rolled his window down and motioned me over. I stopped the mower and went to the car, which contained two elderly couples. The man driving the car said “hello” and I could tell from his accent he wasn’t a Utah native. In my teenage “you’re interrupting my lawn mowing but how can I help you” voice, I said “hi” back. He asked,...Read More
Boyd Rogers is "that guy" who embraces business travel and finds joy in the journey wherever his travels take him. Boyd found his first calling in life as a dad shortly before he found his second calling as a global employment/labor lawyer and HR executive. Now a dad of three (and a dad-in-law of one), his favorite thing is scouting out new cities and travel adventures for his family. Boyd tweets at @boydlrogers and shares his "travel n' dad" pix on Instagram at boydlrogers. Professionally, you can find him on LinkedIn solving the world's HR and employment challenges.
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Thinking of taking Via rideshare from Manhattan to the airport? You might want to think twice.Read More
SURPRISE! GETTING YOUR FAMILY TO NYC FROM NEWARK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IS EASIER (AND CHEAPER) THAN YOU THOUGHT!
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After more than a dozen trips to Spain for business in 2 years, I finally had the chance to show my kids around my “second home.” While there is a lot to see and do in Madrid, these are the 3 things you MUST show your family!Read More
Have you wondered where the Plane from the Movie Sully ended up? The Miracle on the Hudson’s final resting place might not be where you thought!Read More
In the annals of travel tragedies, surely the fact that my family lived in South Carolina for three years before heading to the lovely Charleston area for a long weekend ranks high on that list. That’s 1,095 days of tragedy, if you’re counting, but on the upside it gives us a long time to remedy the errors of our ways. Although Charleston is accessible, don’t forget it is on a peninsula so roads and traffic are always an issue. To avoid wasting time in city traffic, we counter-intuitively stayed in a hotel in the city of North Charleston, near...Read More