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How A Full Time Traveling Family Does Halloween

How A Full Time Traveling Family Does Halloween

Holidays are always tricky when you travel full time. For the big holidays (Thanksgiving and Christmas), you have to decide whether or not to make the trek back to your hometown to spend it with friends and family. This usually means cold and snow for most of the country. That's part of the reason we left! For other (less extended-family oriented) holidays, like Halloween, there are other challenges. Such as, where are we going to trick or treat? Halloween in Arizona This year we were in sunny Arizona for Halloween, which offered a much different experience than we are used…

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8 Tips For Deepening Your Family Bond On Vacation (From A Full Time Traveling Family)

8 Tips For Deepening Your Family Bond On Vacation (From a full time traveling family)

Deepening our family bond is one of the main reasons that we decided to travel full time. In the beginning we thought it would be super easy to make that our focus. In reality it wasn’t since there were so many other things that came up by living a life of full time travel. Things like becoming entrepreneurs, planning where we were going to be traveling to, moving days, and overall the fear and inconsistency of this lifestyle. It has taken us time, but we now feel like we are making a move back into our family bond being at…

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14 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Making The Decision To Travel Full Time With Your Family

14 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Making the Decision To Travel Full Time With Your Family

14 questions to ask yourself before making the decision to travel full-time with your family: 1. Do you like your family? You may have chuckled with this one. But there is a reason this one is #1. When you travel full time you are with your family 24/7. Seriously. This means Grandma isn't down the street or the kids aren’t going to school 5 days a week. It is you and them. All. The. Time. Yes, you may make friends at campgrounds or find friends you travel with which will break up some of that time, but there aren’t always other kids…

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Tips For A Successful Trip To An Art Museum With Kids

Tips For A Successful Trip To An Art Museum With Kids

We recently wrote a post about places to avoid with kids. We mentioned things like places you needed to be quiet or places you had to wait in line. One of the places we mentioned was art museums and how we wouldn't recommend visiting an Art Museum with kids. As we stated in the post, we have brought our kids to art museums, but with the ages of our kids and their energy level (especially when all 4 of them are together) it just does not work out well for us at this point in our lives. It doesn’t mean…

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Tubing By Orlando The Best Non Disney Experience

Tubing By Orlando The Best Non Disney Experience

This post may contain affiliate links. Whenever we think Orlando, we think Disney and amusement parks. And YES they have some good ones! But there are also some other cool things to do in the area that are Non Disney related. One of our favorites is tubing by Orlando! Our favorite place to go tubing in Florida is down the clear waters of Kelly Rock Spring. Also, be sure to check out our Florida Road Trip as this is a stop on the route! The Best Tubing by Orlando is at Kelly Rock Springs Kelly Rock Springs is about a 30 minute…

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Places To Avoid When Traveling With Kids

Places To Avoid When Traveling With Kids

When traveling with kids, we are firm believers that you can go and do pretty much everything you could do without kids. However, we definitely have a list of things we avoid or take a lot of time preparing and planning to keep the situation under control. Plus, we also set very different expectations on how the activity will go when we are traveling with kids . . . it can definitely lead to an interesting day! Here is our list of places to avoid when traveling with kids: 1. Anywhere that has the word GLASS in it I know, easy right,…

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