family travel

My family travel brain, free for the picking, at a Twitter chat with National Geographic Travel March 3 at 12:30 pm. Hope you'll join us.


Just because the world tour is over doesn't mean the adventures are at an end. This video shares just a few highlights from our 2013 adventures.


A good sleep can't be underestimated and when you're traveling with young children, making sure everyone is comfortable and happy can make a huge difference in how the rest of the day goes. Over the years we've gotten better at choosing where to stay and what to look out for. As you plan your next family adventure, here are a few things you'll want to keep in mind before you book your hotel.


While the amount of travel review options out there can be overwhelming, I know first hand from our RTW travel experience that it can make a huge difference in the outcome of your trip. But how do you decide which review to trust? Here are some of the guidelines I use to help narrow the options.


My responsibility to my children, as I see it, isn't to push them along the path that we've been told is the only path available but to equip them with the tools that will make for fulfilling lives.
I don't want my kids to have a high school diploma, a university degree or a big house in a good neighbourhood unless they want those things for themselves.


Group Travel: Maybe it’s you

Some people are meant to travel in packs.

Others should only fly solo.


Packing up my oldest child, tissues and waterproof mascara for our first attendance at We Day in Toronto.