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Are you a heavyweight or bantamweight of mobile lawyers? Find out if you really know how to travel light with this simple test. 1. You can locate the baggage carousels by memory in this many airports: a) 0-1 b) 2-3 c) 4-5 d) More than 5 2. You have been unable to fit your carry-on luggage in the overhead bin and had to check it at the gate this many times: a) 0-1 b) 2-3 c) 4-5 d) More than 5 3. You know the location of Kinko’s or a similar service in this many cities other than your home: a) More than 5 b) 4-5 c) 2-3 d) 0-1 4. The thought of leaving your laptop behind: a) makes you smile b) makes no impression c) makes you anxious d) makes you break out in hives 5. When you travel overnight, you can carry your luggage in one hand and hail a cab with the other: a) always b) sometimes c) rarely d) never 6. Your shoulder bag leaves an indelible mark or bruise on your shoulder: a) never b) rarely c) sometimes d) always 7. For a two-day client meeting, you: a) wear the same thing both days and hope the client doesn’t notice the mustard stain on your pants b) bring a spare shirt c) bring two suits d) bring linen, tropical wool, and worsted wool suits to cover all bases 8. When you check in at the hotel, you: a) help the elderly widow with her bags b) fend for yourself c) call a bellhop d) request a forklift 9. To remember your loved ones on a month-long overseas trip, you: a) rely on sweet memories b) upload your family photos to Kodak’s Web site c) tuck away a few pictures in your wallet d) check your wedding album as a separate piece of luggage 10. For pleasure reading on an overnight trip, you: a) rely on in-flight magazines b) read an e-book c) buy the latest self-improvement book at the airport d) pack “War and Peace” or “Remembrance of Things Past” Scoring: Give yourself 0 points for a; 1 for b; 2 for c; and 3 for d. Bantamweight: less than 5; Lightweight: 5-15; Welterweight: 16-25; Heavyweight: more than 25.

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