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“Notice what you notice.” This is one of my favorite Allen Ginsberg quotes. For me, it speaks to presence of mind, body, and spirit.
Have you been feeling like it’s time to plan an adventure, but you’re not sure what or how? Maybe you need a little inspiration (or a kick in the pants).
Want to book a flight… somewhere? These days, there are so many sites and apps for tracking airfares, it’s hard to know which one to use.
Make sure you feel intuitively comfortable.
Since it’s so rigorous to get here, we pack super light. Which means the kids have very few toys: Legos, a doll, and a few card games. No electronics.
Making a list of baby names, and laughing at many of them later, because what were you thinking?
The blossoming friendship between Jake and Sasha made me think of a question I often hear parents ask: When is the best time to start traveling with kids? Should I take them on big trips when they’re little?
With kids, the space between home and the hotel is an engrossing part of the journey. They notice everything from the intricate workings of the wings of an airplane to the colorful graffiti on a city wall.
After honoring your self for a while, you’ll be able to breathe more deeply and you’ll feel a sense of peace.