Interview with the novelist Kelly Allen

Interview with the novelist Kelly Allen

Posted on Feb 16, 2017 in Featured Posts, Interview, Interviews, Parent Blogs

Kelly Allen is a novelist and a blogger at https://kellyallenwriter.com . She lives in Llantrisant, South Wales with her amazing family. She’s mother to two awesome home educated children, George (age 7) and Molly (age 6), wife to a super talented musician – Warren and best friends with our adorable labradoodle Ziggy. Here is how she describes […]

What type of accommodation should I choose?

What type of accommodation should I choose?

Posted on Jun 19, 2016 in Parent Blogs, Roxana's blogs

Many parents ask themselves what type of accommodation would be better when travelling with kids: hotel, villa, apartment, etc. I would say that the criteria for choosing the place to stay are different. So in this post I will not discuss hotel versus apartment, but main issues to have in mind when making a choice. […]

Benefits of an Organized Vacation Tour for Single Parents

Benefits of an Organized Vacation Tour for Single Parents

Posted on Jun 13, 2016 in Cassidy - Single Parent's blog, Parent Blogs

    Since single parents wear all of the parental hats in the family (mom, dad, mediator, disciplinarian, income earner, tutor, counselor, couch), we often find that it’s not necessarily a lack of finances that keeps us from planning an amazing vacation. Rather, it’s a lack of time. With all of the balls we’re constantly […]

3 Great Low Volume Day Trips for Single Parents

3 Great Low Volume Day Trips for Single Parents

Posted on Mar 27, 2016 in Cassidy - Single Parent's blog

Have you ever thought about low volume day trips? well… I’m sure we’ve all felt a bit overwhelmed at times while spending time with our kids in places that have a lot of sights and sounds and people. As a single parent, my one set of eyes and ears is no match for all the distractions, […]

Single Parent Tips for Surviving Long Road Trips

Single Parent Tips for Surviving Long Road Trips

Posted on Mar 25, 2016 in Cassidy - Single Parent's blog

My kids and I have taken many long road trips together, and as any parent knows, the longer the drive, the more challenging it can be for everyone. That’s especially true for single parents, like me. Given the number of multi-hour road trips I’ve taken alone with my kids, there are some tips I’d like […]

How do you balance kids’ fun with few relaxing moments for you

How do you balance kids’ fun with few relaxing moments for you

Posted on Mar 16, 2016 in Roxana's blogs

How do you balance kids’ fun with few relaxing moments for you? Is that possible? From the moment you start travelling with your kids, they are your main priority. You choose the location, the activities, the place to stay only based on what is the best for them, thinking that if they are not fully […]

Teach your kids on the roads

Teach your kids on the roads

Posted on Mar 15, 2016 in Roxana's blogs

Teach your kids on the roads – it’s a great opportunity! Traveling should be for children not only an occasion for relaxation and fun, but also a chance to learn about the places they visit, about nature and history and culture. And it should also be a moment when they get basic notions about orientation and […]

Camping with kids

Camping with kids

Posted on Feb 21, 2016 in Parent Blogs, Roxana's blogs

Maybe some of you are great fans of camping with kids, as I am sure some of you prefer hotels and fancy locations. Nevertheless, I believe our children should get involved in as many and diverse experiences as possible. They should create their own preferences and skills, not be our shadows and copies. This is […]

Tips for Stroller Drivers

Tips for Stroller Drivers

Posted on Jan 27, 2016 in General, Roxana's blogs

All of us, parents, have been there. And some of you, reading this post, still are. And we all know that stroller is an essential accessory that gives your kid (and yourself) the necessary comfort. But it can sometimes be a difficult tool to manage: extremely crowded public transportation, an itinerary with ups and downs […]