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15 New Orleans Family Adventures It is that time of year to plan your next family adventure. You all know New Orleans is one of my favorite destinations and we often bring our kids along for the ride. No, we do not go strolling down Bourbon Street at night, but we do tackle the French […]
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How Travel Opened My World – Meg D. Gonzalez Who knew that one night of salsa dancing could change the course of a life? When I accepted Alan Gonzalez’s offer of a dance, I began on a journey that pulled me out of my sheltered life and into a big and beautiful world. When he […]
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7 Family Friendly Spring Break Destinations There are only a few weeks left until Spring Break and like always, we have put off plans until the last minute. I am not sure if traveling this year is in our plans, but here is a list of our favorite family friendly spring break destinations. Yes, everyone […]
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Hotel Savings: Before Booking We have officially entered my least favorite time of year. The time of year where we are going at the speed of light because both kids are on traveling soccer teams. While I love packing a bag and going somewhere, standing on the side of a soccer field all weekend in […]
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I always hate it when people talk trash about visiting New Orleans. I’ve been going since I was in college and with a husband who is a die hard New Orleans Saints fan, he and I try to be in the Crescent City at least twice a year. The number one question people ask us […]
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I was inspired by Cotopaxi, to write about a park in my area. Cotopaxi is an outdoor company using love of adventure to fuel remedies to global poverty-which is something I love with all my heart.They donate a portion of every sale they make with their travel backpacks having the biggest impact.   This year marks the […]
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Does school starting bring you the same mix of emotions it does me? While I love the kids being back on a schedule and having a few free moments to myself, there’s always a bit of sadness when the backpacks are loaded and sports schedules overtake our lives. For some reason, I’m more nostalgic this […]
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