Travel Like a Beard Boss


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After spending over 12 years as an English teacher, Richard accepted a position last year as a Curriculum Facilitator for the Career Technical Adult Community Education department of our school district. This position requires him to work in his office 2-3 days a week, visit multiple schools in our school district the other 2-3 days, and travel both locally and nationally. Most recently, he traveled to Washington, D.C. for a symposium. The first few times he traveled for business – years ago with a part-time, seasonal job – it totally stressed me out. Now I just know to plan in advance by working ahead and helping him get ready for his trip. One way to prepare for Richard’s travels is to help him pack.

Funny story: We had a running joke that every time Richard packed, he forgot something. One time it was a belt for a wedding, another time dress socks, etc. so I like to offer him a little assistance to make sure nothing is forgotten. Dress pants, dress shirts, dress socks, ties, belts, dress shoes, undershirts, underwear, toothbrush/paste, cologne, and of course, a shaver to groom his facial hair, like the Remington Beard Boss Perfecter Stubble and Detail Kit, available at Walmart and on Walmart.comYou can’t travel for business with scrubby-looking facial hair. Also, when I help him pack, I can sneak in a special message, something he can find when he arrives at his destination.So, this Beard Boss Stubble and Detail Kit by Remington. When your man is traveling for work, he wakes up, grabs breakfast, and sits down with his laptop to prepare for the day. But first – he needs to do a little grooming. He has to look the part of professional when representing our school district.

Richard maintains a well-groomed, short beard/mustache. This gives him both a professional and modern look. Men’s facial hair seems to go in waves {I’m sure we all have pictures of our dads in the 70s sporting the thick mustache, right?} Beards are definitely popular now, but if you’re traveling for work, they need to be well-groomed.

This kit includes a precision metal comb to lock in the exact length, five snap-on combs, and a foil shaver to clean up the hairlines. The powerhouse lithium battery gives you 5 hours of cordless runtime, which makes it great for travel. TheBeard Boss Stubble and Detail Kit by Remington is easy to use – simply select a length and go. Remember to clean up the edges for a professional look. 

Then Richard is ready to enjoy an exciting day of work in a new location, like Washington, D.C. just a few weeks ago. He hadn’t seen snow in about 13 years, so this was quite a surprise for him. Here’s his view as he walked to Capitol Hill in the snow.

Richard took the subway to the Russell Senate Building with one of his coworkers. The purpose of this trip was to attend a symposium focused on federal educational policy. In addition to learning about upcoming changes in legislation, he was able to lobby members of Congress to support the Perkins Act.

Richard met a member of Florida Senator Bill Nelson’s staff.  Looking sharp and well-groomed, Mr. Wells! {Side note: He would’ve worn dress pants, but his used-to-80-degrees-in-winter-Florida self couldn’t handle the cold, so the jeans kept him warmer.}

Remember check out Walmart or to purchase the Remington Beard Boss Perfecter Stubble and Detail Kit.

Does your man travel for work? How do you help him prepare for his trips?

About Carrie Wells, Ed.D.

Dr. Carrie Wells is a college instructor, blogger, wife, and work-at-home mother to two children, Lydia {age 8} and Bryce {age 6}. Carrie earned her doctorate in Special Education in 2008. After becoming a mother in 2009, Carrie began blogging as Huppie Mama to share her passions for cooking, crafting, beautifying, and her family. In 2016, she rebranded as Our Potluck Family, and her husband Richard became a regular contributor.

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