Welcome to Day 4 of our Travel is… series! Even before we made the decision to homeschool, travel and learning while traveling was a priority for our family. Since our son (now 14) was born, my husband’s job has afforded us many opportunities to visit Washington DC on a yearly basis, as well as other […]
Welcome to Day #3 in our Travel is… series! Travel is Good for Your Health! Many travel for experience, sense of adventure, for work, for vacation, for connection with family, for broader perspective, cultural immersion or to “find themselves.” But have you ever thought of traveling for your health? Studies are in. Travel IS good […]
Welcome to Day #2 in our Travel is… series! Today we’re starting things off over at Free Homeschool Deals sharing 5 Tips for Frugal Family Travel, giving you hope that Travel is Possible for every family! Including yours! Join us! Please click the image below to see the other posts in this series.
Welcome to our Travel is… series! Thanks for joining the adventure with us as we hear inspiring stories and travel tips from top family bloggers. Every post during this series, our team of gifted storytellers share what travel means to them and can mean for you and your family! Bookmark this page so you can read […]
” Refuse to be average. Let your heart soar as high as it will.” ~ A.W. Tozer If you’ve spent any time on my blog or getting to know myself and my family, we really do our best to live this phrase. Yet, it’s not living “above average” that sets me on fire. My hearts […]
Wondering the secrets for successful family travel? Here’s a list of some of the best family travel “hacks” to help simplify your travels! Bon Voyage! Best Family Travel Hacks A few months back, I applied to be a blogger representing Beaches Resorts at a conference called Social Media on the Sand at the amazing Beaches, […]
“She’s back, folks. She’s here and ready to conquer!” This is what played in my head, somewhat sarcastically, as my plane landed on the runway of my hometown’s adorable little airport. My emotional state was reminiscent of “suicides.” Those drinks you made at summer camp, mixing anything and everything (grape soda, mayo, pepper, you name […]
It’s always fun to take vacations and see new places and to compare the differences from home. Having grown up in Ohio, I always remember my first trip to Florida, seeing my first palm tree! In addition to seeing different sights on the ground, you can also see differences in the sky. Though everyone in […]