There is a common misconception floating around that big life changes require incredible acts of bravery. It's not true.
If you've been trying to make your family travel experiences less like a three-ringed circus and more like those ads they show on TV, I've got news for you!
If you've been thinking about around the world or long term travel with your kids, you've likely considered whether your kids are the right age or if it will be too difficult to re-integrate them when they're home. We've been there and back. Here's what we did and what worked well.
Our committment to having one suitcase each meant that we had to make serious decisions about what could come along for the trip. It was an exercise I'd reccomend anyone take - traveling or not.
We had received confirmation of the apartment and instructions on where to pick up the key but emails to the owner netted no responses and as we approached landing in Sydney the knots in my stomach weren’t from the bumpy flight.