Camping Essential Checklist

A special thanks to Slickdeals for sponsoring this post. All of the thoughts and opinions expressed are 100% my own  You may be surprised to discover just how unprepared some people are when they go camping, to the extent that some have even been known to forget one of the most essential requisites of all, their tent. Heading into the hills to find a suitable camping spot is probably going to be less of a Read More

Go Karting Tips for Kids with Berg Go Karts Northern Ireland

You may love playing games like monopoly, scrabble, chess… as they are mentally tasking and require lots of calculation. These brain games are good for you as they help develop problem-solving skills and have many more benefits. For more information on the benefits of brain games, you can visit: https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/the-thinking-on-brain-games. However, there are as well some disadvantages to these games. Such include the fact that they require minimal physical activity, can be boring, not the best Read More

Why You Should Invest In a Travel Pillow This Holiday Season

Everyone deserves a trip without any form of discomfort. While most body pains that emanate from traveling are under their control, some take it for granted. When traveling, the things that boost your experience should be your priority, traveling pillows being on top of the list. Do you want to know why? Check the following: 1)            It Can Be A Holiday Gift  It is the holiday season. You have been Read More

Your Budget-Friendly Way to See Key West

Even though you’re raising a family, that doesn’t mean you need to give up your love of travel. It just means you might need to be a little more thoughtful in planning your destination and itineraries. Key West is a great place to visit when you need to get away but your bank account is reminding you that it can’t be too far! This southernmost island in the Florida Keys is an easy trip by Read More

Island Vibes: 5 Jamaican Vacay Hotspots

Jamaica is known worldwide as the home of reggae music and Rastafarian culture and famed for its sizzling sunshine and beautiful beaches. But the ‘land of wood and water’ also boasts a lush mountainous interior, tasty cuisine that packs a spicy punch and a proud populace that welcomes visitors from around the world with open arms. If you’re planning a dream holiday, Jamdown ticks every box  ̶  catch some inspirational island vibes with these five Read More

Our Trip to the Tennessee Aquarium

My kids are amazing travelers and I love bringing them on new adventures as often as possibly. This summer we made  trip to a place we had been wanting to visit for a few years… the Tennessee Aquarium! We had a really great time visiting this popular attraction and can’t wait to share our adventure with you! First off, Chattanooga is simply breathtaking and even my three children found themselves taking in the beauty. Once 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

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

7 Easy Ways To Enjoy a Frugal Road Trip

Road tripping is an adventurous way to unwind with friends or family. Driving on open roads, enjoying beautiful scenery while making stops along the way makes this excursion unique. What is more, you set the rules and can decide to break them just for the sake of adventure. However, without regard for budgeting, road trips can quickly deplete your funds and deprive you of enjoyment. Take gas and food stopovers, for instance. These can empty Read More

Best Countries to Visit with Children

Traveling is a great way to give your children unforgettable memories that can last a lifetime. Traveling also benefits them by making them more appreciative of different cultures, teaches them more about the world, and many other invaluable lessons. If you are planning to travel more with your children, here are some of the best countries you can visit: Before you go on your trip, make sure to book your flight, hotel room and airport Read More

4 Off-the-Beaten Path Vegas Sites Kids Will Love

Like any urban environment, Las Vegas is full of nooks and crannies known only to a lucky few, and easily overlooked by the tourist crowds.  Although its mostly known for its gambling, there are actually a number of things to do in Vegas with your family. Here are some lesser-known spots that kids love and that I, too, adore visiting.   The Flash Flood Experience at the Springs Preserve   If you have never experienced Read More