Tag: Tips & Tricks

Juice Up and Stay Connected: Navigating Electronics and Chargers When Traveling with Three Little Kids

Juice Up and Stay Connected: Navigating Electronics and Chargers When Traveling with Three Little Kids

Traveling with kids is no small feat, especially when you factor in managing all the electronics and cords that come along with them. From tablets to smartphones, e-readers to gaming devices, it seems like there’s no end to the number of gadgets your little ones 

Queue-Beating Fun: The Ultimate Guide to Games for Waiting in Line

Queue-Beating Fun: The Ultimate Guide to Games for Waiting in Line

Looking to skip the details and start shopping for these fantastic travel games right away? Check out our handpicked collection on Amazon, where you can easily find the perfect travel entertainment to make waiting in line a breeze through our affiliate link. We’ve all been 

Homeschooling 101: Finding Your Unique Path

Homeschooling 101: Finding Your Unique Path

Homeschooling is an incredible journey, but it can be overwhelming when you’re just starting out. As a question we receive often, we want to help you take those first steps into the world of homeschooling. The most important thing to remember is that it’s not 

Essential Japan Travel and Living Products: Your Ultimate Guide to a Smooth Experience

Essential Japan Travel and Living Products: Your Ultimate Guide to a Smooth Experience

Whether you’re planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Japan or have recently made the Land of the Rising Sun your new home, you’re in for an incredible adventure. My family and I relocated to Japan in August, and we’ve been captivated by the beauty, culture, and 

Busch Gardens Tampa with Kids

Busch Gardens Tampa with Kids

Lessons learned from visiting Busch Gardens Tampa with kids over Spring Break. The single biggest question we’ve been asked since coming back from spring break in Tampa is if visiting Busch Gardens Tampa Bay with kids was worth it. It completely depends. As a military 

Making Lunch Time Easier

Making Lunch Time Easier

This post contains affiliate links. Lunch time can be total chaos, particularly with a homeschool schedule. Homeschooling means that most days I have everyone at home for three meals a day. It often feels like the kitchen is always open. In the Netherlands the kids 

Snow Much Fun Day in Canada

Snow Much Fun Day in Canada

This post contains affiliate links. A winter trip to Canada was designed to give us a taste of winter. We got that in spades. Old Man Winter served up a blizzard delaying our trip to Montreal, but giving us even more time with our friends, 

Mastering Airbnb With a Family

Mastering Airbnb With a Family

When we upgraded our family from a Team of 4 to a Team of 5, along came a few big changes. People joke about changing from ‘man-to-man defense’ to ‘zone defense’ but I never found that an apt description. I’ve been more interested in the 

Exploring the Kabouterpad Bentwoud in Zoetermeer,  The Netherlands

Exploring the Kabouterpad Bentwoud in Zoetermeer, The Netherlands

Getting outside and exploring nature is one of the things Jeff and I prioritize in our attempt to educate our children. There is so much to be learned outdoors. Luckily the Dutch share this perspective and all around the Netherlands you can find themed hikes 

Pony Park City Packing List

Pony Park City Packing List

This post contains affiliate links.  As we were getting ready for our trip to Pony Park City in the Netherlands we couldn’t quite figure out what we needed to bring. We’ve created this Pony Park City Packing List to help you make the most of