An Evening Fit for a King at Medieval Times Orlando

During our summer travels, we ventured from Atlanta, Georgia down to Celebration, Florida, so as you could imagine, our stomachs were growling with hunger after the 6 hour road trip. That left the question, what’s for dinner?

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Learn How to Land Sponsored Trips as a Mom or Travel Blogger

As we prepared for our vacation to wrap up summer break, we couldn’t have planned the trip without some very special sponsors! With that said, this is a special blog dedicated to fellow mom bloggers, travel bloggers, or those aspiring to blog in their future.

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What We Ate: Albuquerque, New Mexico

We boarded our late night flight headed for Albuquerque, New Mexico to arrive around midnight to spend a quick day and a half in the Green Chile capital of the world. Although we went for my cousin’s high school graduation, I insisted on trying a few of the local restaurants and devouring New Mexican green […]

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What We Ate: Seattle, Washington

On our recent trip to Seattle, we did it itinerary-free, as mentioned in our last Seattle post. Usually, I at least know a general idea of what places we will be visiting or eating at, but for this trip, I was looking up confirmation emails to find the address of our hotel in the cab […]

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What We Did: Seattle, Washington

It isn’t very often that I get to explore a place with my family that I haven’t already visited. Crossing off 36 states visited, I usually play tour guide as my family experiences the location for the first time. For this trip, we decided to make it an adventure for all of us.

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Local Adventure Series: Flagstaff, AZ

Travel Foodie Mom - Local Adventure Flagstaff

Flagstaff Arizona has been a Northern Arizona capital for pretty much ever. Located right off Route 66, road trippers around the country have been strolling through this hipster’s paradise since it’s inception in 1926. The cultural history surrounding Route 66, downtown Flagstaff, Northern Arizona University, and the city as a whole is astounding. Here’s everything […]

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Making Tulum, Mexico a Kid-Friendly Adventure

When you think about ancient ruins, you might not automatically think that it would make a great kid-friendly vacation. Personally, I was hesitant at first. However, we traveled to Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya for a family vacation and with the hotel credit, we were able to book additional Mexico excursions. We chose the full-day […]

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Isla Mujeres: Mexico’s Tropical Paradise

During our winter family vacation, we booked a trip and traveled to Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya. Everything about it looked amazing, and as a bonus, we had credit to use toward excursions. After reading flyers, we decided to venture to Tulum for a half-day tour, as well as a full-day trip on Isla Mujeres. […]

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Why We Opted to Travel for My Child’s Birthday

When you think of a fourth birthday party, you may think of Chuckie Cheese, Paw Patrol, pizza, and a lot of kids. This year we opted out of the typical birthday party and asked my son what he wanted to do. Now, he is not the average child. He asks to go on a vacation […]

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Why Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya Is Great For a Family Vacation

We aim to do at least one International or big vacation each year, and to wrap up 2016, we ventured to Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in Puerto Aventuras, Mexico. We first heard about the resort from a commercial, which spotlighted the kid-friendliness and beauty of this all-inclusive resort. Located about an hour from Cancun, […]

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Foods Michiganders Miss When They Leave the State

If there is one thing I miss about Michigan, it’s the food. From Detroit-style pizza to Greektown in Detroit, there are numerous places that you start craving as soon as you leave the state. Recently I went back for a visit and went to some of my favorite places. Unfortunately, I didn’t get to visit […]

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10 Tips on How to Travel in an Airplane with a Toddler

You did the research, booked the ticket, and are now left with the worry of how to fly with a toddler. I’ve been there. How will my toddler sit still for 4 hours when he can’t even sit still for a whole episode of Paw Patrol? After multiple flights with my son, I’ve learned some […]

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