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5 Affordable Family Winter Getaways

If you want to trade in your snow shovel for a bottle of sunscreen but are afraid you can’t afford it, think again. There are plenty of affordable family winter getaways. They’re just one boarding pass away from becoming a reality for you and your family.Check them out!Puerto RicoWhile some other beach vacations are expensive this time of...

Paris with Kids – A Mom’s Top Picks

No matter where you were raised in the world, Paris is a city that’s on your wish list. Whether it’s to view some of the planet’s most significant works of art, or to experience the wonders of gourmet French cuisine, or to just take in the ethos of the City of Love, tourists flock to Paris by the millions...

Family Road Trip: Washington D.C. to Colonial Williamsburg

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The family road trip. Love it or hate it, it’s part of the gig when you’re a parent. No matter where you go, there will likely be plenty of ups and downs and “are we there yets?” when travelling with the kids. If you’ve never hit the open road with the family, you may want to opt for a...

Top Tips to Help Survive a Family Road Trip

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When it comes to travelling with the family, many of us grapple with the decision of whether to fly or hit the road. Since buying round-trip fares for the entire family can get pricey, many opt to load up the car with the family. Having survived two ten-plus hour drives with two children under the age of five, I’m...

6 Ways My Family Scores Free Travel With Credit Cards

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Free Travel “If it’s free, it’s for me.”That’s usually my motto. Quite frankly, it should be everyone’s. Why pay for something when you don’t have to? While some Free Travel items are easy to get with coupons and BOGO offers, others take a little more research.When we’re talking about things more expensive than a bottle of ketchup, it’s worth putting in...

Road Warriors: How to Stay Sane When Traveling with Kids

Road Warriors: How to Stay Sane When Traveling with Kids My husband's parents live nearly 12 hours away from us, in another state. The closest distance we've ever lived from them is 7 hours. It's all my three kids have known from the time they were babies. Fortunately, that means they are used to the long drive, and we've learned...

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