There is a lot of planning involved with a family trip and a lot of essential travel gear. With frequent travel, you learn to bring only the necessities and leave the rest at home. Over the years we have realized the essentials we . . .
Dealing with motion sickness when traveling isn't easy. Motion sickness can affect many young children because their brain and inner ear can sense motion, but their eyes and joints won't. This imbalance results in nausea, . . .
It seems lately everyone wants to know about TSA Precheck. What does it mean and how do you get it? We've been using it now for over a year and I have certainly noticed the uptick in passengers using the expedited lines at the . . .
Summer's here and it’s the time of year when we think about heading off to some exotic location for a nice, relaxing vacation. With a family, though, it can quickly become a very expensive proposition to travel. Here are some easy . . .
Having spent more than my fair share of time on airplanes and in airports, I have definitely seen some cringe-worthy things. It can be difficult to say which ones are most deserving of a place on this list, but I think it's safe . . .
While many of us dream of road trips and flights to exotic places, traveling with kids in tow can feel less like a vacation and more like a chore. Thankfully, we live in a modern world with the technology to keep kids entertained . . .
It can be stressful to prepare kids for flying alone. When a child has the opportunity to fly alone for the first time it can be a very exciting, but it can also be overwhelming and emotional. Preparing children beforehand, as . . .
5 Tips to Stay Healthy When You Travel When you travel one of the most important things you can try to do for your mind and body is to stay healthy. Most of the time this is easier said than done. On our last trip, one child . . .
In our family, there is meal time, and there is snack time, and it often feels more importance is given to the latter. We have found that nothing satisfies a child (or adult) on the verge of a meltdown more than a . . .