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Coping with a Travel Sick Child

By Brooke Whistance Travelling is one of the most exciting experiences that life has on offer but if your child suffers from travel or motion sickness, the journeys that you relish so much, would not turn out to be so enjoyable or memorable for your child and he/she might start dreading even the idea of...

Tips for Protecting your House against Burglar

By Jade Buckland Just imagine getting broken into by burglars. Just think of the effort, money and emotions you invested on your possessions. Some of them may be expensive while others cannot be bought my money due to their sentimental value. A thief breaking into your home in the middle of the night...

Traveling with Kids: 20 Tips to Ensure A Smooth and Stress-Free Journey

Often my biggest fear about traveling is taking my 2-year-old along. My fears are the same as what any parents with young children will fear. Will our kids behave? Can they sit still for a long period oftime? How do we keep them from disrupting others? Yet, through all those fears, I still deign to take my...

Celebrate Winter Vacations Safely

  United States Swim School Association provides tips for water safety during holiday vacations For families traveling in the winter, delayed flights, bad weather and heavy traffic are not the only concerns that need to be front of mind. For most children, the last time they were swimming was several months...

Perfect Lighting When Traveling

By Brian Hook Ask any outdoors person what equipment they use and nearly all of them will include a flashlight on their list of must-haves. Whether you are spending the week camping at the lake your parents once took you to, or answering the call of nature and planning a hiking trip: you will want to have a...