5 Essentials When Traveling With Kids and Grab-and-Go Car Booster Seat

This post, 5 Essentials When Traveling with Kids, is sponsored by mifold®. I have received compensation or product for my honest review.  Are you planning a spring break trip with the kids? If so, are you flying to your destination or planning a road trip? Either way, you’ll need these 5 Essentials When Traveling With […]

Washington DC – A History Lesson

Thanks to Fiona Moriarty of Hipmunk for providing this guest post: Washington DC – A History Lesson. Over the past 200 plus years, the United States has gone from a small country started by a group of separatists, and it has become the most powerful country in the world. This did not happen by accident. There […]

Saint Lucia

My husband and I are barely into the second week of our St. Lucian vacation and I hope this week goes by very slowly! Saint Lucia marks the 9th Caribbean Island that we’ve visited.  It’s not written in stone or anywhere else, but I guess you could call visiting as many islands as possible to […]

5 Outdoor Entertaining Ideas

It’s time to take it outdoors!  Haven’t we been cooped up inside way too long?  I don’t know about you, but I’m so over old man winter.  He was quite brutal this past season! But spring has sprung and it’s outdoor entertaining time.  Can I get a witness?  It’s time to hit the deck, make […]

Babies Crying in Public

Babies crying in public have been the talk of the town and media lately! People are taking sides and debating this hot topic as if it’s a matter of national security! Some restaurant owners have even talked about banning babies and toddlers from their establishments!  And I can relate to both sides of this ongoing argument, […]

Three Weeks in St. Maarten

I’m blessed to be spending three weeks on the majestic island of St. Maarten.  Of all the Caribbean islands I’ve been to, I think I’ve found my favorite one.  The views from our balcony are phenomenal.  The weather is perfect.  The breezy trade winds, luxurious.   The food is delicious and the people are friendly. […]