August 31, 2015

Dads: Thanks for All You Do this Father’s Day

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Minute Maid®. All opinions are 100% mine.Last month, I shared with you a post letting you know that, yup, you’re doing a good job as a parent, even when it feels like you’re not. I have a middle-schooler, so there are many days when I feel like I’m failing […]

20 Ways to Make Money as a Travel Blogger

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On Monday, I shared with you How to Start a Travel Blog in One Hour (or Less). Well, now that your travel blog is all set up and you feel comfortable creating and posting content, you’re ready to take your travel blog to the next level. Take a look at my 20 best tips to help you grow, succeed, even […]

How to Start a Travel Blog in One Hour (or Less)

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UPDATE: Once you start a travel blog, read 20 Ways to Make Money as a Travel Blogger. Good luck! It’s hard to believe that I’ve been blogging here at Kidventurous for nearly four years. We’ve had lots of fun adventures all across the country, even in France, Austria, Ireland and Puerto Rico. If you’ve ever thought about starting a travel blog, I can […]

Why Plan a Family Trip to Orlando this Summer

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Between Elsa, Anna and Harry Potter, you may not need any more reasons to plan a family vacation to Orlando, but guess what, I’ve got 10 great reasons, including new hotel openings, attractions, even a new sports team. Take a look at 10 reasons to start thinking about a trip to Orlando this summer: 1. The New LEGOLAND Hotel Will […]

20 Ways to Spend #OneMoreDay of Vacation

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MasterCard recently launched a new campaign called “One More Day,” as in, what would you do with one more day of vacation? They found that 429 million vacation days went unused last year, so MasterCard is now urging Americans to take a pledge to take #OneMoreDay of vacation, going so far as to give away a trip for four valued […]

Stay Classy DC: The Newseum’s Anchorman Exhibit

The Exhibit Features Props from the Movie.

I’ve always been a big fan of the Newseum. It’s a fantastic museum in Washington, DC that teaches about the history of news in a way that is interactive and fun. There are loads of hands-on activities that both kids and adults will love, like touch-screen kiosks that allow visitors to be reporters or photographers, as well as news desks […]

Survey: Top Holiday Travel Anxieties (Ugly Sweaters)

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I spotted a national survey from Choice Hotels this morning on top holiday travel anxieties that made me laugh, largely because all of my family lives nearby so I’ve not found myself in most of these situations, but maybe you have. Among the most common anxieties: Accidentally Seeing a Relative Naked: Right away, I’m glad I don’t travel for the […]

3 Children’s Museums Open for Families to Explore

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I love going to children’s museums. For a long time, we were without one here in Washington, DC until the National Children’s Museum opened up last December. Now, several cities across the country have gotten new children’s museums worth exploring with your little ones. Take a look: The Thinkery (Austin, TX) The Thinkery, which opened up on Saturday (Dec. 7), […]

Today Only: Kindle Sale (+ Must-Have Ebooks for Your Travels)

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Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ruled that you’ll soon be able to read ebooks, play games and watch videos on electronic devices during an entire flight, like by the end of the year. This is great news for traveling families since, let’s be honest, that 10-minute wait from the time a plane departs (until the plane gets above […]

Tune In: Family Travel with Colleen Kelly

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Back in April, my older girls and I were able to get a behind-the-scenes look at the National Aquarium in Baltimore as we took part in a video shoot with my friend, Colleen, for the first season of her PBS series, Family Travel with Colleen Kelly. We had a lot of fun and I was excited to learn that the […]

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