Business Tips: How to Beat Jet Lag

Business Tips: How to Beat Jet Lag

Jet lag is for the birds! Whether you’re traveling domestic or international, if there’s even the slightest time differentiation, you’re guaranteed to be exhausted. Traveling itself already has its own side effects. You don’t want to add sleep deprivation and extreme fatigue to the list. Fortunately, there are a few ways to beat jet lag: First, try to jumpstart your new sleep schedule by changing your current sleep cycle. Sleep as if you were in the time zone you’re traveling to. Also, try going to bed a few hours earlier and waking up earlier, which may help with your energy level. Try your best to sleep during the flight. Pack an eye mask, ear plugs (or noise cancelling headphones) and comfortable clothes. Taking sleep medication can also help you achieve a restful flight.  If you don’t have a prescription, an alternative is natural supplements such as Melatonin. Skip dinner and a movie. Depending on the airline, generally the in-flight meal contains preservatives and is high in sodium which can cause bloating and ultimately discomfort. Eat a well-balanced, light dinner before boarding and kindly request to skip the meal service. According to sleep.org, the blue light emitted by screens actually suppresses the production of melatonin which helps you sleep. Therefore it’s best to choose a light read over a movie during your flight. A glass or three of wine will NOT do the trick. Avoid alcohol all together. Since alcohol dehydrates the body and acts a depressant, it can actually lead to the exact opposite of what you intended—a good night’s rest. At the end of the day, if you’re...
Q&A Hotel celebrates NYC Pride 2017

Q&A Hotel celebrates NYC Pride 2017

Q&A Residential Hotel is Proud to Host NYC Pride Visitors (New York, NY) June 1, 2017 – Q&A Residential Hotel welcomes LGBTQ visitors to NYC Pride 2017 June 16 – 25. The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Lower Manhattan in a historic Art Deco landmark skyscraper. Q&A will be providing a special to accommodate guests during this time who have traveled to New York to partake in the festivities. **PRIDE WEEK SPECIAL DETAILS**   Guests receive every third night free in honor of NYC Pride.  To redeem this offer, book direct by visiting Q&AHotel.com and entering promotional code PRIDE17.  This promotion may not be combined with any other offer. With 132 spacious residences, every apartment-size suite is fully equipped with a full-sized kitchen and luxe hotel amenities including robes, plush towels and L’Occitane bath products. Guests have access to complimentary Wi-Fi, a 20,000 square foot fitness and wellness center, business center, and an artisanal Australian coffee shop.   About Q&A Residential Hotel The Q&A Residential Hotel, located at the iconic 70 Pine in Lower Manhattan, is designed to serve the needs of today’s extended stay business and leisure travelers. With 132 apartments, Q&A’s accommodations are on average three times larger than a typical New York City hotel room. Q&A is also unique in that every accommodation has a full-sized kitchen. Designed by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz—the designer behind the Mondrian SoHo Hotel in New York and the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles—and the Furnished Quarters’ in-house design team, Q&A offers a blend of upscale contemporary décor and custom furnishings. For more information or to make reservations, visit QandAHotel.com. About...