Parenthood and Passports - Why Every Family should travel off the grid

Why every family should travel off the grid

It is no secret that we are a society obsessed with technology. I read an alarming statistic recently that the average smartphone user touches his/her phone 2,617 times a day. Granted, the researchers who conducted the study counted every tap, swipe, and click individually, but still, those 2,617 touches added up to 145 minutes a…

Passports - What to do if you leave something on a plane

What to do if you leave something on a plane

I know exactly how you’re feeling right now. You return home from a trip, start unpacking your luggage and carry-on bag and realize something is missing. Usually, it’s an iPad, a phone, or a camera; something relatively expensive and very important to you. Other times it is something important but not quite as valuable: your…

Parenthood and Passports - Mayan Ruins

Mayan Ruins near Belize

Belize has some of the most impressive and well preserved Mayan ruins in the world. Caracol, Xunantunich and Cahal Pech are three of the best known Mayan ruins in the Cayo District of Belize. But if you want to experience the mecca of Mayan culture, I would recommend making the trek into Guatemala to visit…

My Perfect Match

If you ask me what I love most about my husband, without hesitation I would have to say his sense of adventure. We’ve been traveling together since before we got married and I can truly say I have found my perfect match. Not only does Damon love to travel also, but he is usually willing…

Parenthood and Passports - plane tickets booked

Plane tickets booked!

You know that feeling you get when you finally book your plane tickets to somewhere you’ve never been? Sure, you may have been talking about your upcoming trip for weeks, or maybe even months, but it doesn’t actually become real until your plane tickets have been purchased and paid for. Once you get that confirmation…