There’s a lost art to doing a road stop. And that’s a shame since road trips are a time-honored American tradition. Shouldn’t road stops get a little respect too?
But they are not. People don’t plan their road stops like they should, they show little or no discrimination about where they pull over, and it ends up being all about the destination, not the journey. It doesn’t have to be that way. Read more “How to make a road stop with your family like a pro”
Toxic people are everywhere — even on vacation. Or maybe I should say especially on vacation. Read more “Don’t let behavior problems on vacation ruin everything. Here’s how”
Oahu is a one-week destination. As in, it takes one week before my kids and I run out of things to do and fall into a predictable cycle of visiting the beach, driving to Foodland for groceries, and coming home to make dinner and watch whatever’s on Netflix. Read more “How long does it take before you run out of things to do on vacation?”
It’s not too early to start thinking about spring break.
The annual rite for sun worshipers, which runs from February to mid-April, isn’t just a stampede toward warmer weather. Many ski resorts experience peak demand, too. If you’re traveling somewhere in the coming weeks, you’ll need to start planning now and to keep a few strategies in mind, experts say. Read more “Spring break is on the way. Are you ready?”
From booking the cheapest place to ignoring the fine print in the property description, I’ve made so many vacation rental mistakes that I could write a book about them. For now, an article will have to do. Read more “Vacation rental mistakes every family makes (but you shouldn’t)”