Mentally exhausted mom? Read on. But first, a warning: This article is NOT for everyone. This is an article about mothers doing solo travel for self care. It is about how to refresh by taking a “Momcation”. It is not for people who hate solo travel. It is not for people who are feeling content right… [Read More]
Travel and Life With Kids:
As a mother of two little kids, I know that travel with Little Ones can be hilarious, exhausting, enlightening, and insane! Use these articles for ideas about where to adventure with your children -- both close to home and far away -- and tips on juggling life as a parent.
A Wonderful New York State Vacation Idea… One of my favorite family travel adventures of the past decade was to the Finger Lakes region of New York State. In this article, I’m at last pulling together all my tips on what to see and do in the Finger Lakes: from the canyons of Watkins Glen,… [Read More]
One of the most fun things to do in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts is FREE… See the tiny airplanes at Walter J. Koladza Airport! When we got the tip that Great Barrington, MA had a teensy, tiny airport, I figured it would be good for a 5-minute glance. In fact, however, the airport was so… [Read More]
We made a mistake while hiking Bash Bish Falls in Western Massachusetts with kids… a sweaty, soggy mistake. This here article aims to keep you from our error! But first, let’s get some background information. Bash Bish Falls is the highest waterfall in MA! In its entirely, the Bash Bish water chute stretches nearly 180 feet… [Read More]
There are two ways to start this article. One is to go conventional: Ask you if you want to see the most colorful, joyous, FREE tourist attraction in Pittsburgh, PA — a courtyard of wonders that’s a rainbow backdrop for your photographic and emotional aspirations. I would ask you if you’ve heard the title “Randyland”… [Read More]
Charleston, SC Beaches are Beautiful. “Folly Beach, SC is Calling!” read the subject line of the message that popped onto my screen from the South Carolina tourism board. I read the email subject line again, muttering, “Folly WHAT?” Images of 1907 Ziegfeld Follies dancers doing vaudeville by the ocean fluttered through my brain. I clicked open the… [Read More]