If you’re gonna be a tourist in New York CIty, here’s 5 useful tips from a New Yorker.
Here are five suggestions I’d recommend when looking for the ideal travel roommate:
The number one thing a parent of a child traveling with a disability looks for is sensitivity. In coming to terms with our “new normal” and making adjustments, one of the first things that has come to mind is
Traveling with special needs adds another dimension to a family’s theme park adventures. You don’t know what to expect and you have to do your research before you go.
The countdown for our family trip to Kissimmee and Orlando has officially begun. Customary to family vacations that we take in the middle of the school year, I’ve had to keep my excitement contained. So much has gone into the planning of this trip and there’s still much to do in the days before we […]
With fuel costs up 13% since my January post, the need for savings has become even more relevant for families looking to travel. Road trips and air travel have become more expensive, thwarting the hopes of some families to get a little much needed R &R. Here are some ways that families can save on travel.
As important as it is to have a passport, many people either don’t own one, wait until the last minute to get one, or inadvertently allow an existing one to expire. Admittedly, I’ve been guilty of the last two offenses in the past. Most of the time you don’t realize how much you really need […]
Hands-free travel for families is the way to go.
Traveling while sick is the last thing anyone wants to worry about when they’re preparing to fly or go on vacation. Here’s 7 tips to help you feel better.
Today was one of those days where it didn’t seem like I could get everything on my To Do List done. Until recently, I prioritized my exercise to be the very first thing that I did in my day. 5am wake-up calls and a glass of FRS energy drink were the best way for me […]