Category: Travel Tips
When I started traveling a lot, taking care of my dog became incredibly difficult. I even tried re-homing him with a friend at one point when work required me to travel full-time — I hated being away from him though. Years later, after a ton […]
Other than dealing with travel delays, packing might be the worst part of traveling. And I nearly always leave it to the very last minute. So, while I usually forget at least one thing, I can at least credit myself with being a fast and […]
Everyone loves to souvenir shop when visiting a new place, but it’s easy to buy junk that you’re never going to use (e.g., keychains, shot glasses, or other totally useless trinkets). And they always seem to pile up in a drawer full of other things […]
Flying within the country with kids can be a beast in itself. But what about going outside the country? Sounds exhausting, right? It doesn’t have to be. In fact, international travel with kids is hardly different than traveling without them… from a planning perspective at least! Before […]
Even for the infrequent traveler, your carry-on suitcase is important. You have to drag it through the airport, pack all of your belongings in it, and it needs to hold up for a long period of time. Investing in the best suitcase for your budget […]
How to travel comfortably without sacrificing too much luggage space: When I pack for a trip, it’s all about balancing two goals: to travel comfortably and carry less stuff. I recently wrote another post about how to pack lighter with kids, which is important because ultimately, you’ve got to […]
How to make traveling solo with your little one a stress-free endeavor
Frequent flier miles, hotel loyalty points, and travel point-earning credit cards can get you to your next vacation faster
For shorter trips, and especially for fair weather vacations, here are a few tips to pack light and avoid checking your little one’s bags.
Traveling without your kids is important for your own personal health. Here are a few tricks to guilt-free vacationing without your kids.