Category: Kids & Family

Merida or Holbox: Travelling Solo in Mexico with an Infant

Merida or Holbox: Travelling Solo in Mexico with an Infant

Travelling solo in Mexico with a child may feel a bit scary.  So to help us sort things out, we’re super excited to host Anna Von Frances of @fullpoweryoga and her daughter Luna. Here she chats what works and what doesn’t when travelling solo to new places […]

Wizarding World of Harry Potter: how to do it all in one day

Wizarding World of Harry Potter: how to do it all in one day

So I have a confession. I don’t really like Universal Studios. I don’t know what it is, but it’s just really not my thing. Maybe its because I grew up an hour from the roller coaster capital of the world and it takes a lot to […]

Free Disney Dining Plan: the good, the bad and the hungry

Free Disney Dining Plan: the good, the bad and the hungry

It’s that time of year again. The time when rumors start to fly, speculations start to brew and tension runs high. Everyone and their brother in the Disney universe starts to wonder when will Walt Disney World release the free dining plan. (more…)

Grand Floridian Walt Disney World Resort Review

Grand Floridian Walt Disney World Resort Review

The Grand Floridian Resort and Spa at Walt Disney World borders Seven Seas Lagoon, rising from the beach with white walls, balconies and in the Victorian era style of architecture. From the beaches of the resort you can see the fireworks shows at Magic Kingdom, […]

Cooking with kids: Junior Chef Cooking classes at William Sonoma

Cooking with kids: Junior Chef Cooking classes at William Sonoma

Have you guys seen the new Beauty and the Beast soup pot that Disney and Le Creuset teamed up to create? Holy canoli, it is gorgeous! Aannndd expensive.  But still gorgeous and its limited edition, so I’m sure its going to fly right off the shelves. […]

Single Parent Travel: Tips for the solo parent

Single Parent Travel: Tips for the solo parent

Let’s be real, if there’s anyone who needs to be able to take a break from “real life”, its single parents. Whether you’re a single mom, dad or guardian and are raising a child(or children) alone, you must be one tough cookie. Maybe Raising kids is hard. Raising them by yourself is harder. So why is it, then, that single parents tend to shy away from traveling? (more…)

5 apps you should be using to save money every day

5 apps you should be using to save money every day

I like to think I’m pretty smart with my money. I (almost) never pay full price for anything, I use coupons when available and have travel hacks down to an art. I love finding a good bargain so much that I shout it from the […]

A Rose Gold Lifestyle: 5 Cheap Ways to Add More Rose Gold to Your Life

A Rose Gold Lifestyle: 5 Cheap Ways to Add More Rose Gold to Your Life

We can thank Apple for returning Rose Gold to its former 90’s glory. Sure it may just be a fad, but we love the mindset. As the cooler, sexier, younger sister of Gold, Rose Gold brings an element of fun, whimsy, and child-like wonder that […]

Castaway Cay: A guide to Disney’s private Island

Castaway Cay: A guide to Disney’s private Island

 

If you’re lucky enough to be going on a Disney Cruise to the Caribbean, then you may be lucky enough to port at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. Castaway Cay day was probably our favorite day on our whole cruise. We love nature and exploring and found we had plenty to do, all amongst the drop dead gorgeous scenery of Castaway Cay. (more…)