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Staying Connected with Your Family While Traveling for Business
Your briefcase is packed, your airline tickets are in hand, and a long list of schedules for class projects, after-school practices, and meal suggestions hang on the refrigerator. You've done your best to prepare both yourself and the family for your next business trip. So why are there still feelings of guilt? It's just never easy to take a mother out of the household for any period of time. So how can you relieve some of the stress and mixed emotions that you and your family feel each time you say goodbye? We've put together some of our most useful tips for staying connected to your family while on the road.

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