Posts Categorized: Family travel

Family Cruising – Fact vs. Fiction

family cruises fact versus fiction about crusing

Booking.com It’s a debate that’s been around for decades.  A topic that not only has the country divided, but many families and friends.  Of course I’m talking about cruise ships.  There’s such a rift between the “pro-cruisers” and “anti-cruisers”, that when the two sides happen to meet, the tension can be cut with a butter… Read more »

Holiday Travel Tips

holiday travel tips with kids

Use these holiday travel tips to make your season bright Traveling during the holidays can be stressful especially if you have children in tow.  Lots of things can happen unexpectedly from weather delays, to sickness, to loss luggage.  I have experienced A LOT during my travels with my family so I’m going to share some… Read more »

Carry On: 15 Items to Pack for Kids

Carry on items to Pack with traveling with kids

These 15 items can fit in your carry on As a parent of 2 children (7 yo & 4 yo), I’m always looking for ways to improve our travel experience, especially when flying.  If you don’t come prepared on the plane, it can make for a LONG flight.  I have learned a few hard lessons… Read more »

Cruise with Kids: 8 Reasons

Cruise with Kids Have you ever considered cruising as your next family vacation? Concerned that there won’t be much for the kids to do or maybe enough for yourself?  Well, I’m here to tell you to throw that out the porthole window!  My husband and I have cruised many times before on several cruise lines-… Read more »

Hotel: The best for families

Best Hotel for families Before my husband and I had our 2 children, we traveled at every opportunity we could capture.  We were lucky enough to stay at a variety of higher – end hotel chains because I had worked for Hilton Corp, and Starwood Hotel for several years.  The employee discount rates were extremely… Read more »

Camp Love

After a conversation with Jordan Schmidt, Director, Writer and Co-Producer of the Anokijig Series, I was fueled to sit down and do some outlining work on the script.  As I was writing, I remembered the time when I was the Senior Counselor and our cabin was chosen and the Session 2 Cabin winner.  It was… Read more »