Entries by Susan Finch

How to Find Quiet Spaces for Overwhelmed Kids on the Road

Most kids aren’t built for an endless exploration across Rome, back-to-back days at Disney or long-haul travel without falling to pieces at least once. And let’s face it, most adults can’t do that either without their own grown-up-sized temper tantrum. Although there’s no cure for travel meltdowns, you can dramatically reduce it, or even catch […]

How to Keep In Touch with Kids When Traveling Solo

You may be a pro family traveler who mastered long-haul adventures with littles ones in tow, but traveling without the kids can feel like brand-new territory. Whether you’re traveling for business or a getaway to recharge, traveling without the kids can feel both exhilarating and confusing. It’s normal to feel a little guilty for leaving […]

Tips for Teaching Kids on Vacation

Whether you’re a road schooling warrior with education on the brain while you travel the world with your kids or just want to give your little ones more of a learning experience on the road, you can design your travels with education in mind. It all comes back to redefining travel into an experience that […]

What to Pack When Camping With Small Kids

During your pre-kid days, you may have dreamed about introducing your future family to the great outdoors and spending weekends camping over an open campfire. But when little ones are involved, it’s hard to imagine how to get out of the house for a playdate or overnight to Grandma’s let alone 24 hours in the […]

How to Handle Picky Eaters on the Road

You’ve spent months figuring out the painstaking logistics of your family vacation, from where to stay to where to play. But you conveniently let it slip your mind your child won’t budge on eating anything outside of their own internal pre-set menu ranging from applesauce pouches to cheeseburgers. You may have tricks up your sleeve […]