Vacations That Explore: Top U.S. Destinations For Gem Hunting

Vacations That Explore: Top U.S. Destinations For Gem Hunting

Awaken your love for the Earth, and plan a vacation of exploration.  Go “rockhounding” in some of the most beautiful places in the U.S., and get your hands dirty.  Fun for families and solo explorers alike, hunting for gems will keep your mindset towards discovery.   [Readm More]
The Slow-Travel Allure

The Slow-Travel Allure

It’s actually a trend that’s been around for a really, really long time, but one which seems to be resurfacing with a little bit more headline-grabbing vigour these days. Of course I’m talking about slow travel – the practice of practically living out the saying “it’s not about the destination, but about the journey.”[Readm More]
3 Tips for Taking Family Vacations When You’re Divorced

3 Tips for Taking Family Vacations When You’re Divorced

While you may have gotten divorced, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you will never have to see your ex-spouse again if you have children together. Unless your former spouse got their parental rights taken away for some reason, your children will likely still be spending time with your ex, which means you’ll have to see each other on occasion. And while this can be very challenging for some, there are a few parents that still choose to be very involved as co-parents, even going so far as to take family vacations together. If this sounds like something that might interest you and your ex, here are three tips that might help you when taking a family vacation after you’ve gotten divorced.[Readm More]