Parenthood and Passports - Things my Toddler Taught me about traveling

3 Things My toddler taught me about traveling

Before I became a mother, traveling was admittedly a lot different. My husband and I would go 90 miles an hour, trying to cram a million things into a day, then stop for beers at a local pub, stay for a few hours then drag our exhausted butts back to the hotel and crash. The…

Parenthood and Passports - Holiday Travel Tips

Holiday Travel Tips to Survive the Season

Let’s be real… the holidays are stressful! Along with shopping, prepping, and visiting family, comes the anxiety of holiday travel.Have no fear, we have compiled a list of holiday travel tips to help ease that stress. Inevitably, if you’re flying, you’ll be forced to deal with crowds, delays, and cancellations at airports due to bad…

Parenthood and Passports - Driving in Europe

Driving in Europe: What You Need to Know

When you tell your friends that you’re going to Europe many never ask about driving in Europe, they just ask about the plane ride. ” Wow..how long of a flight is that?” ” That’s a long flight…and you do it overnight?” “How expensive were the tickets?” It seems the only transportation conversation you have is…

Parenthood and Passports | Versatile Blogger Award

Versatile Blogger Award

When I first started this blog 10 months ago, I didn’t know if anyone would even read it. But I wanted a creative outlet to write about what I enjoy most in life: parenthood and traveling. At the time, I didn’t really care if people read it. It was my personal corner of the Internet…

Parenthood and Passports - Remote work

Remote Work – What to Know Before Becoming a Digital Nomad

The idea of being a digital nomad appeals to a lot of us. In fact, people ask me about it all the time. You see, I am fortunate enough to work remotely. My job as a public relations consultant allows me to earn a living while being mostly location independent. Having the freedom to set…

Parenthood and Passports - Most Haunted Hotel in America

Most Haunted Hotel in America

When I was a child, I loved ghost stories. I would head to the local library at least once a week and check out a new book or two… and regardless of how hard my mom tried to steer my to a new section of the library, I always left with at least one ghost…

Parenthood and Passports - Traveler or Tourist

Traveler or tourist? Why you should be both

There seems to be a debate brewing among travelers on the topic of tourism. Nowadays, the word “tourist” has somehow developed a negative connotation. In fact, in many circles, particularly among those who write about travel, if you call someone a tourist, it’s perceived as an insult. “Tourist” has almost become a dirty word.¬†Personally, I…

Parenthood and Passports - Mirabell Garden

Mirabell Garden with a toddler

Salzburg’s Mirabell Garden is the perfect place to spend an afternoon as a family. We took our 19-month-old daughter to the garden in August 2016 during our first family trip to Germany and Austria. Visiting Mirabell Garden with a toddler is a great way to give your little explorer room to roam. Mirabell Garden with…

Parenthood and Passports - Sofitel Munich Bayerpost

Sofitel Munich Bayerpost: Family-friendly, luxury hotel

During our summer road trip across Central Europe, we decided to spend one night in Munich, Germany. Although, I wish we would have spent more time in the Bavarian capital, our one night was well spent, partially because of the hotel in which we stayed. Sofitel Munich Bayerpost Hotel is a bit more swanky than…

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