I returned from Frequent Traveler University Sunday afternoon. I regret I could not stay for the entire program on Sunday, but I needed get back to DC. Next time, I will plan better and ensure I can stay for the entire 2 days! If I came away with anything this weekend I would summarize it in 3 items:

  1. What a great group of people.
  2. What a great group of people.
  3. What a great group of people.

Any questions? :) Seriously, it was nice meeting so many people with like minds on travel. It was especially gratifying to meet readers of this blog. I hope I said this to every reader that I spoke to personally, but just in case I flubbed, please accept my sincere thanks for reading MJ on Travel. It was a joy to speak to some readers personally, and my time with you will help me make the blog better. As for other lessons learned from the weekend, some of the information was a great refresher, and as always, I learned some new things. I’ll endeavor to leverage those lessons in producing content for this blog that helps you travel well for an affordable price. Stay tuned, and thanks for reading.

MommyPoints covers the credit card showdown which I missed. Turns out that the SPG Amex card is the best card in the galaxy!!

The Wandering Aramean offers an excellent summary of the session with United Airlines.

Also, mark your calendars for the west coast edition of Frequent Traveler University coming to Los Angeles December 7-9, 2012. Yes, I’m planning on attending. Monitor this Milepoint thread for details as they are released.

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