As many of us know all too well, family travel can get expensive. What initially seems like a bargain can end up costing a bundle when you figure in four, five or even six family members. Nevertheless, there are ways to avoid spending an arm and a leg and still have a great time. From a recent TRAVELWITHKIDS blog, here are seven tips for traveling with kids in tow and staying within a budget.
It comes as no surprise to parents of toddlers that they can actually be harder to fly with than infants. Not only are they more likely to get bored and want to move around—once they start cruising the aisle, good luck getting them strapped back into their seat. So is it possible to make it through an entire flight without a meltdown, from you or your toddler? Yes, especially with these useful, in-the-know tips from 10 blogs, courtesy of summernannyjobs.com.
Traveling with an infant doesn’t have to be stressful, provided you’re well prepared, says summernannyjobs.com. The more you plan ahead, the better you’ll be able to deal with the unexpected. Check out these 10 blogs from family travelers who’ve been there, done that.
The next time your kids moan and groan when you suggest visiting a museum or historic monument, tell them you’re investing in their future—literally. So says Eileen Ogintz in a recent blog on her website, Taking the Kids.
As the carefree days of summer are quickly coming to a close, keeping your kids safe as they return to school takes on special importance. A recent article from Clintonnews.com offers parents valuable tips that we’d like to share with our Clintonnews.com readers.
Here’s even more evidence that we should all get our sleep: it not only leaves us feeling rested, but also allows our brains to clean themselves of harmful toxins, says a recent story on National Public Radio. What’s more, this cleaning process may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.