Travel can be transformational and children are great at breaking down cultural barriers. Here are 5 reasons traveling overseas with your kids is a must.
While our off-season trip to the Jersey Shore did not include bathing suits, swimming, ice cream, or even much sunshine, we enjoyed a slow-paced weekend that was the perfect opportunity to explore the area without the crowds.
The Back to Ski pros have plenty of good advice for families who want to ski together.
Roadschooling: The Ultimate Guide to Education Through Travel offers prime examples of how traveling with your kids can be the perfect implementation of a learning lifestyle.
Cadillac Ranch is a perfect place to stretch your legs on an I-40 road trip and enjoy a fascinating work of art with your family.
We’re so happy we could return to Squaw Valley after 20 years and share this magical place with our children, and we can’t wait to come back again (and again!).
Regardless of the exciting activities you have planned on your road trip, there will be stretches of time “enjoying” one another’s company in the car. Here are my favorite ways to pass the time.
You probably don’t need half of what you want to pack for a family road trip. Pack light and be sure your car is safe for the road ahead.
I love planning road trips and I know how to plan, pack, stay safe, and make sure everyone has fun. Here’s what I’ve learned to make your next family road trip your best yet.
My family has just embarked on a road trip across the country. This has been a dream of mine for many years, and so far, it’s even better than I expected.
Traveling and personal growth go hand in hand. This year I’m embarking on an epic cross-country road trip that will challenge me to slow down, learn and connect with others.
It’s crunch time. Just ten days until Christmas. Whether you are still looking for that perfect gift – or you need a quick secret santa or stocking stuffer – you’ll find inspiration in these ten unique gift guides.