Traveling is certainly not a luxury exclusive to the wealthy. Exploring is our nature. We are programmed to expand our boundaries and pillage new paths. In no way shape or form are we designed to work, pay bills, and die. My goal for all my readers is to live the
My daughter Charleigh waited patiently all summer to get her solo trip with mom. Both of Charleigh’s aunts live in San Francisco, consequently, when my husband got assigned to do an audit there we decided to tag along. I hadn’t been to San Francisco since before having kids and it
If you have kids that fight, you need to learn my travel tips for siblings that fight, so you can keep exploring too. At the end of my life, I hope to die with a lifetime of memories, not dreams. Travel is above all my favorite way to create memories.
Parents almost always cite children for the number one reason they don’t travel as much as they would like. Children bring a level of stress, responsibility, and financial burden couples rarely fully anticipate. Becoming parents is an amazing gift but keeping your relationship strong needs to stay a priority. Carving
My vivacious daughter Charleigh emphatically chose Paris to celebrate her fifth birthday. She had her heart set on seeing the Eiffel Tower because her favorite superhero Ladybug Girl fights bad guys in Paris. I created the ultimate itinerary of activities in Paris for kids that adults will equally enjoy. Traveling
My daughter Jefri has been studying Japanese for 3 years at a full-time language immersion school. She is a six-year-old who equally loves Pokemon, Hello Kitty, and Totoro. Traveling to Japan, for the most part, was a reward for completing Kindergarten. This list is kid approved things to do in