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What Do I Need to Know Before Booking a Cruise?

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Going on a cruise can be very enticing. You’ll find there is so much delicious food, gorgeous locations, lots of fun activities on the ship from music to water slides, but if you’ve never been before, you probably don’t even … Continue reading

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Tips for How to Entertain Little Kids on a Plane

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You dream of a family vacation that everyone will love, but in your heart you dread taking those little ones on the plane. Will they cry out loudly? Will they be able to sit still for hours? Here are some … Continue reading

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8 Tips to Keep Your Children Safe on Halloween

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Our children love Halloween—the costumes, the candy, the social excitement, but we don’t want to worry if they will be okay while they are out celebrating. Here are a few tips to follow to help keep them safe: Go with … Continue reading

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Tips for Parents of Teens Flying Alone

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Letting your child fly for the first time by his or herself, can be nerve racking, even if they are a teenager. Here are a few tips to keep them traveling safely and you from worrying about their trip: Plan … Continue reading

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20 Reasons to Keep Motioneaze On-Hand

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What do you keep in your glove compartment, purse or brief-case? How about Motioneaze? You never know when you might end up getting a chance for a last-minute adventure. Life is busy and you shouldn’t let motion sickness to get … Continue reading

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What to Put in Your Emergency Car Kit

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We’re not talking about the road side kit that goes in the back of your car with jumper cables, spare tire, flares and a poncho. This kit goes in the front of the car, in the glove box or center … Continue reading

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