Running Shoes and a Wrap Dress

In an interview with Eugenia Levenson '03, Peluso shares her secrets for staying sane while living out of a suitcase...

Travelocity president and CEO Michelle Peluso spends 150 days a year traveling. In an interview with Eugenia Levenson '03, a writer for Fortune and a former Ledecky undergraduate fellow for Harvard Magazine, Peluso shares her secrets for staying sane while living out of a suitcase.

Among them:

My Saucony Triumphs live in my suitcase. I've seen countless cities by waking up at six in the morning and going for a long run.


My all-time favorite packing tip for women is wrap dresses. They don't get wrinkled, and they fold into virtually nothing. They look professional during the day and then you can take the jacket off for dinner. Elie Tahari makes great ones.

Read the rest here: Road Warrior

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