Travel Tip of the Day: Bring a Mousepad

MousepadBring a Mouse Pad
If you plan on using your laptop while you travel and like to use a mouse like I do, then I highly recommend to bring a mousepad with you, as many hotels’ working stations include glass desks that are difficult to use a mouse on. You can get mousepads for cheap at any store, or online somewhere like Amazon, or pick one up at a trade show like I did for free! (Thanks, Cheryl Andrews PR.)



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Johnny Jet
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2 Comments on "Travel Tip of the Day: Bring a Mousepad"

  1. If you find yourself with no mouse pad in your hotel room, try a folded newspaper.

  2. a blank piece of paper works well too, pretty sure you can grab one from the hotel’s business center, and it’s one less thing you need to drag all over the world…

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