How to Plan the Ultimate Winter Getaway to Montreal without Going Over Your Budget

While there always seems to be plenty of talk and attention given to summer getaways and beach destinations, sometimes the winter destinations don’t get as much love as they deserve. The fact is that a holiday mid-way through winter can be the perfect way to relax, enjoy the natural beauty of the season, and just get away from the daily grind. As for where to visit, there are literally tons of fabulous destinations, but few Read More

Amazing Ideas for an Outdoor Adventure at the Ozarks

Society is becoming entrenched indoors. Life is so convenient you can easily exist without ever leaving your front door. You can work from home, have your groceries delivered, connect with your friends on social media. That’s why spending time in the outdoors is so important. It allows you to ignore the trappings of society. Being in nature is freeing. The Lake of the Ozarks is a huge reservoir located in central Missouri. The water provides Read More

How to Organize a Big Family Vacation

While many of us will have enjoyed a vacation with our partners and kids, have you ever thought about organizing a big vacation get-together with other members of your family? Having a vacation with grandparents, uncles and aunties, cousins, or even friends that are more like family is a perfect way to spend some quality time together, or celebrate a special occasion. If you are planning a big family vacation, it is important to get Read More

Preparing For A Vacation In South America

There are lots of reasons why families might want to spend time in South America on holiday. That area of the world is home to many fascinating cultures and history. Indeed, there are lots of important archeological sites that still baffle many researchers today. However, mothers and fathers who want to have the best experience possible will need to prepare for the trip in advance. This article provides some travel safety tips and tricks that should help Read More

Top 5 Places to Visit For a Christmas Family Vacation

When it comes to thinking about the holidays, it can be tough thinking about what is best for the whole family. Should you stay at home this year or go on vacation and try something new? We think there’s never any harm in trying anything new. There will be another year, after all, and either way the kids will still get to open their presents. In any case, we have a few family destinations in Read More

7 Must-Visit Cities In The World for Families With Kids

It is actually hard to believe that is almost end of the year now and when New Year comes new family holidays and to help you with the vacation planning for the next year. Whatever the age of child and other family member and there is a world of opportunity so then is challenge and family to try and something new. Recommendations cover and globe from Chile and Canada to Norway, Korea, Taiwan and more. Read More

Best Things to Do When Visiting Austin

 The city of Austin is the state capital of Texas, home to a population of a about million people and seeming full of a million and one things to do. Austin, Texas is world renowned for its barbecued food and eating establishments. The allure of Tex-Mex cuisine can’t be denied and must be experienced firsthand. Austin, Texas is also the site of numerous music and film festivals, like SXSW, which introduce burgeoning artists to the Read More

Easy Ways To Make A Family Road Trip Memorable

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Included required disclosure: The Coca-Cola Company. All opinions are mine alone. #MyHonestTea #CollectiveBias Traveling with children can seem like the worst nightmare to the majority of parents, while others happily embrace family travel. Once there is some careful preparation put in place, traveling with children is really rewarding and enables you to create very precious memories with them. Our family goes on road trips very Read More

Cathedral Caverns State Park

Another great trip in the books this past week when we ventured to Alabama and explored Cathedral Caverns! Originally called the Bat Cave, Cathedral Caverns opened to the public by Jacob Gurley in the 1950’s. The cave was renamed because of its cathedral-like appearance and eventually purchased by the state in 1987. The cave opened as a State Park in the summer of 2000 and has been giving tours ever since.       Activities Read More

Providence Canyon: Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon

We took a 3 hour drive from Atlanta to Lumpkin where we spent the afternoon exploring the canyon floors of Providence Canyon, Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon”.  This state park contains massive gullies as deep as 150 feet that were caused simply by poor farming practices during the 1800s. The canyon soil is pink, orange, red and purple and makes for a beautiful backdrop if you are planning to take photos. The park is very family Read More

Kennedy Space Center: The Greatest Space Adventure on Earth!

“Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is where you can see the largest rocket ever flown, touch a moon rock, meet an astronaut, and stand nose-to-nose with shuttle Atlantis all in the same day.” I have to say that the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex was absolutely amazing and an experience I will never forget. I went there with a general idea of what to expect, but was completely blown away once I arrive and continued Read More

Family Vacation Disasters and How to Prevent Them

Family vacations aren’t always fun and stress-free. It takes weeks and maybe months of planning to make sure that thing would go smoothly yet some things can get out of hand. Instead of reminiscing about the awesome things you have done on your family vacation, you end up remembering horrible moments instead. While things may not go as planned, hopefully, in the end, the happy memories would outnumber the bad ones, and maybe, the unfortunate Read More