In December, when snow covered the mountains of Colorado and I was still just ten years old, my Floridian family took an adventure to Vail. I’m Luke, a well-traveled 11-year old boy from the beach and this is my story.
As a homeschooling family, it’s important to me as a mom that the gifts we give at the holidays and Christmas are not only fun, but are educational in some form, too. With gift giving season upon us, I’m giving thanks for fresh and awesome ideas that will bring some fun, and some learning, under […]
Tips for Sending Your Kid on an Airline Flight by Themselves There are multiple reasons your child might need to travel alone on an airplane. Maybe they are visiting family in another state, taking a trip with their school club, or perhaps they are even going on visitation with a non-custodial parent. Traveling on airline […]
Learn more about your host, Jen Reyneri, here and see more of our inspiring adventures all over the Word Traveling site! Rock, Ride And Rejoice Together At Florida’s Biggest Christian Music Festival Our First Faithful Families Adventure Trip Together as families, let’s experience two nights of powerful music at from Christian Rock’s brightest stars at Universal […]
Have you ever been forced to rethink your parenting strategy? In today’s overly connected, busy, consumer-driven culture, we need to be on guard and in the Word for our children and families. More than ever. Do you sense this, too? Does your family need a reset? How about an inspiring film to encourage you in […]
The Need for Family Internet Security With media constantly reporting about data threats, hacks and even the recent major Experian credit breach, more and more people are paying attention to the need for internet security. Businesses go through thousands of dollars and countless hours to make sure their information is safe. But what about our […]
For us, family travel is a legacy: It’s a priceless inheritance that’s been passed on from one generation to the next. From immigrant families that established new roots in the United States to pioneering families who headed west and farming families who settled down across the plains, my husband’s family history is filled with trailblazing […]
A little word art… from old travel books and my photos…inspired by an article I read in Florida Weekly about an artist named Austin Kleon. In between preparing to move and renovate a new home, homeschooling and keeping our family running, I’ve been following along on a 15-day writer’s challenge from a friend and mentor, Jeff Goins. Last night, […]