Important Wheelchair Travel Tips

Important Wheelchair Travel Tips

At the end of every Olympic Games, the host city also holds the Paralympic Games for the physically challenged. When you watch these competitors doing what they do with physical disabilities ranging from slight to major, you have to be in awe. Well, I’m in a wheelchair, and I doubt that I could do any of the sports I see on the TV. Then again, given the opportunity, I think I would give it a darn good try.[Readm More]

3 Tips for Hiking With Babies and Young Children

3 Tips for Hiking With Babies and Young Children

Just because you have children doesn’t mean you can’t go on anymore adventures. In fact, taking your kids along with you on short adventures is a great way for you to bond with them as well as teach them about the world around them. And while hiking can be dangerous at times, if you’re prepared and understand how to be safe, you and your child could both have a great time in the outdoors. For those just beginning to hike with little ones, here are three tips for hiking with babies and young children.[Readm More]

3 Tips for Getting Kids Through the Chaotic Schedule of Traveling

3 Tips for Getting Kids Through the Chaotic Schedule of Traveling

Traveling with kids can be a lot of fun. They get to experience new things that you’ve long taken for granted and you create memories with your family that will last a lifetime. But while these things can be enjoyable, traveling with little ones can also be a living nightmare if you’re not prepared for schedule adjustments. So to help your family have an enjoyable vacation regardless of where you’re traveling or how long you’ll spend on the road, here are three tips for getting yourself and your kids through the chaotic schedule of traveling.[Readm More]