May 30, 2015

15 Fun Things to Do with Kids in Chattanooga

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One of the first stops on our cross-country road trip this summer is Chattanooga. I visited ages ago when I lived in Atlanta and now I’m going back many years later with the kids. Take a look at 15 fun and fantastic things to do in Chattanooga, many of which we hope to do during our short stay in June. 1. […]

10 Tulip Gardens & Festivals to Visit with Kids


I love tulips. I really, really wanted to go to the Netherlands this year to see the tulips, but given my recent career switch into travel PR, it just wasn’t in the cards. Fortunately, I found the next best thing about 25 minutes from my house: Burnside Farms. While not the Keukenhof, there were rows and rows of tulips of all […]

25 Things You Must Do On a Cross-Country Road Trip

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I’ve been busy planning our cross-country road trip (we leave in less than two months) and I’m quickly creating a bucket list of sorts. It’s a good thing too since I’m mostly failing at my first-ever bucket list that I posted on January 1 (nope, not one item crossed off yet). If you’re thinking about a road trip, whether a […]

5 Must-Go Glamping Spots for Families

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I can’t believe it either, but we are not doing any glamping during our big summer road trip. Clearly, I must change this, especially after reading up on so many fabulous glamping resorts, like Conestoga Ranch, which opens up on July 1. Take a look at five must-go spots for sleeping under the stars in canvas safari tents, conestoga wagons, even […]

12 Ways to Celebrate National Park Week

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National Park Week kicks off in just a few days (April 18-26) and they’ll be plenty of fun in-park activities and ranger programs. Even better, during the first weekend of National Park Week (April 18-19), entry to all our national parks will be free. I do love free. While National Park Week may be only one week a year, there […]

Exploring Gulf County with Kids (+ $50 Giveaway)

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Visit Gulf County. All opinions are 100% mine. We travel to Florida as a family at least once a year since my in-laws are snowbirds and spend the winter in Palm Beach County. We also just spent a week in Orlando in November to visit LEGOLAND and The Wizarding […]

6 Travel Websites Saving You Money While You Sleep

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I love to save money, but I have no time to monitor for price drops on hotel rooms and car rentals, even cruises. Fortunately, I don’t have to since there are a number of websites that want to do the work for me. Take a look at six of my favorite websites that are keeping more travel money in my […]

15 Free Things to Do with Kids in Philadelphia

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I’m a big fan of Philadelphia. We’ve been there many times and have enjoyed all the history and culture that the city has to offer. A great pick for families, take a look at 15 free and fantastic things to do with kids in Philadelphia. 1. See How Coins are Made. Take a self-guided tour of the U.S. Mint to […]

6 Least Essential Road Trip Products in My Inbox

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A few weeks ago, I put out a request for anything that might fall into the “road trip essentials” category. I was looking for travel games, car snacks, electronics, travel gear, mobile apps, anything that we might find useful on our cross-country road trip this summer. I plan to share the most useful picks in a few weeks, but for […]

5 Easter Weekend Family Escapes


It looks like winter is finally behind us and it’s time to start thinking about Easter, which is less than one week away. For my kids, Easter falls at the end of Spring Break, and since we’re staying home during the break this year, I’m starting to hunt around for fun Easter-themed hotel packages. If you’re staying in-town too, think about getting away […]

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