More and more people are traveling and with cheap holidays on the rise, last minute travel plans have become the norm. However with no frill travel deals, comes limited luggage allowance, and so often times, passengers are challenged with just a carry on, to fit in all their holiday wear. There are added bonus' with … Continue reading How To Pack Like A Pro
If you've read my previous post you'll already know, what it feels like traveling with kids. "Courage is not the absence of fear but rather the judgement that something is more important than fear; The brave may not live forever but the cautious do not live at all" - Meg Cabot With that being said, … Continue reading Kid Friendly Travel Tips
Traveling seems daunting at the best of times, try traveling with small children, and you can multiple that anxiety by ten. When you have kids, there's a million and one things you have to think of, but should that stop you from traveling and having fun? I hope not! When the urge arises, to go … Continue reading What Traveling with Kids Feels like
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Never stop learning. The older you get, the more of a wise owl, you may feel you are. But that cannot be further from the truth. Be a life long learner, and a student for life. No, don't keep failing your exams and repeating school! but do, always be learning in life. Keep adding to … Continue reading Learn Something New Everyday
The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim is a beautifully illustrated 16 page picture book for young readers. Although the book's audience is of school age the message is profound and resonates with females of all ages. A must read book in schools as it introduces feminist mindset early on. The tale is about … Continue reading Raising Feminists: The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim