"Why would you let your teen travel alone?" This is what I got from my mom few weeks ago when my son was about to travel from Montreal To California by himself. He was going to pay a visit to some family members over there. Of course having my teen traveling by himself for the first time got me worried and some sleepless nights. But there is a first time for everything and we … [Read more...]
How to Plan Our Vacations
Sometimes, you just need to get away from it all. Whether it's taking a family day trip to the other side of town or packing everyone up for a journey across the world, planning a family vacation takes work. Check out our ideas to help prepare for your trip, get there safe and sound, and have an amazing time while you're at your destination.
These are some of the Best Family Friendly Things To Do In Toronto with your kids this year. Whether you are there for a weekend, a staycation or a week long vacation this is a great city to enjoy with your family. Amazing culture, food and of course excellent places to stay and explore make it a family friendly destination in Canada that your family will … [Read more...]
Want to know how I would describe Saint Martins Sea Caves in New Brunswick? WONDERFUL, AMAZING, Unbelievable. Words cannot describe the experience! Before visiting the caves, I did not do my homework (shame, shame) so I did not know what to expect. When I heard the name "cave," I thought it would fun for the kids. They have never visited a cave in their life (nor did I). I … [Read more...]
During my trip to New Brunswick, I had the chance to visit the Fundy National Aquarium. I have already visited aquariums before but the Fundy one stood out. It stood out because kids were really involved in the experience. They touched some of the aquatic animals, watched seahorses being fed and really got to interact with everything. I even saw one of the largest lobsters. … [Read more...]
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of U.S. Cellular. The opinions and text are all mine. Did you know that millions of Americans have never left their home state? I think it's really hard for me to imagine. I live in Pennsylvania, right on the border of New Jersey and less than two hours from NYC. If I wanted to, I could literally walk to New … [Read more...]