A 3-day weekend is a great length of time for a decent family getaway — perhaps even better than a longer vacation when your kids are little.
In this podcast, Christine and I share our experiences (and hard-won wisdom) making work travel work for everyone in the family.
There are lots of variables at play in my family — in most families, really — which makes travel complicated. How do you simplify family travel, at least some of the time? You reduce the number of variables.
Family travel can be wonderful, but the logistics can be a total drag and the planning and packing overwhelming, especially when you have little kids. But traveling as a family is the best experiential learning there is — and relaxation is possible. To celebrate the release of my new book, Parent Hacks (yay!), Christine and I share 8 […]
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A local hotel stay is a great way to upgrade a vacation at home or a visit from extended family.
Being among the first to board the plane isn’t necessarily easier when you’re flying with little kids.
Travel with Invisalign is easy. But a little planning helps. Here are four tips for traveling with Invisalign.
This post is sponsored by Embassy Suites. We spent Spring Break on the road in Arizona, visiting the Grand Canyon and surroundings with my parents. It was a fabulous trip, full of great memories, but it also brought me back to the road trips of my youth. I remembered, with painful clarity, how boring those […]
Practical advice for international travel with young kids.