Travelling with babies and toddlers can be quite a challenge but with a bit of planning and some great toys, you can make the trip an entertaining and easy one.
Flying is probably also the unhealthiest way to travel. It’s not just the jet lag. It is also very easy to catch colds and other bugs in the dry cabin air. So how to minimize the health hazards from air travel?
A music festival that we went to not long ago received a TON of rain, and there were very few people with dry butts. Thankfully, we were ranked among the few! Why? We had our sit-upons on hand. I used the handles to strap them to our backpacks so we could walk around without holding them. […]
Travelling with your family can be a great and enjoyable bonding experience, but it can also easily be a time where fights and arguments break out. Here are some tips that should keep everybody co-existing happily while abroad. Wish You Weren’t Here? A family holiday can be a great experience that brings everybody a little […]
I was blessed with relatively easy labors and was able to have my babies at home with a midwife because my kids were healthy. We rarely go to the doctors at all. But I know that many children face life-threatening medical conditions every day and love supporting organizations that make things a little bit brighter […]
Why Tour the Outback? Whilst adventure travel is not for everyone, it can offer a unique opportunity to really immerse yourself in a different environment, meet some wonderful people and learn new skills. There is a wide range of different tours on the market, catering for varied interests and budgets. Australia is a great destination for […]
National Parks are fast gaining popularity when it comes to hosting stag dos. If you want to have fun, there cannot be a better place than a national park for that. It’s adventurous there and you have access to all kind of fun activities. 10 national parks that you should visit this summer The Great Smokey […]
I travel a lot and I try to travel light. This means keeping cosmetics, remedies and other bottles and jars to a minimum, but there are a few things I don’t ever want to travel without. My natural remedies travel emergency kit contains most of the following items. A Simple Natural Travel Remedies Kit: […]
I don’t even want to think about how much work goes into the Creation Museum gardens both in planning and execution. The winding paths bring you to a variety of garden landscapes that even in mid-spring were just lovely – I can only imagine what it will look like in another month or two.
A Year in Provence, by Peter Mayle, sent me to the atlas. This was a place I had never heard of. But as I was reading, I kept seeing Cary Grant and Debra Kerr visiting Grandmother in the movie An Affair to Remember. A Year in Provence is the true chronicle of Peter Mayle and […]
Last year, my husband and I moved to a new city, a fourteen hours’ drive away from our families. Since then, we’ve made that drive over half a dozen times with our daughters (now ages three and one). With each trip, I’ve gathered snacks, toys, and ideas to keep the girls busy on the road—and […]
Sometimes, we focus so much on encourage our children to love reading that we forget to stimulate our own reading passion. I remember the day when I realized I knew all three- THREE!- verses of The Barney Song. It was then that I began reading for myself. I considered it a tool for self-preservation; a […]