Just saying the word “vacation” should bring up a sense of relaxation and a slower pace. But for many people, going from “full speed ahead” to “full stop” is difficult. In our connected age of sharing and comparing, it’s easy to forget that vacations should be about taking a break, relaxing on your own or with friends and family, and creating new memories with people you love.
Sometimes it’s the simplest changes that can bring the greatest rewards. Try these five tips to help you live in the vacation moment.
There’s no denying that road-tripping to your destination allows you to bring everything you might need for your trip. But even the most spacious SUV can feel like a sardine can when it’s poorly packed. Use these seven tips to save space and keep your family organized the next time you hit the road.
When it’s time to load the car, keep in mind the order items will be taken out, and place for easiest access the items that will be needed first. Let the kids help — just tell them it’s life-sized Minecraft.
Camping with your children can teach them lessons that will stay with them for life, whether you opt to rough it in a tent or go “glamping” in an RV or cabin.
Here are six ways to make camping educational, as well as fun: