The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel

The Educational Tourist with large gingerbread house in New Orleans Natalie Tanner, The Educational Tourist                                               as seen on Huffington Post Travel

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #1

Prepare Kids for a Physical Vacation
| Posted March 6, 2016 | 9:37 PM

Family vacation means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Some think the perfect vacation is sticking their toes in the sand at the beach for a week. Others think hiking and camping offer perfection for relaxation. Still others want to stay in a comfortable hotel…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #2
How to Travel With the Grandchildren
| Posted December 28, 2015 | 3:45 PM
How to Travel With Grandchildren: Tips for Planning a Multi-generational Vacation
1) Get the kids involved with the planning.

Ask the kids where they would like to go and what they would like to see, but don’t be afraid to give them suggestions. Getting them involved in the planning helps…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #3
Tips for Traveling Outside Your Comfort Zone
| Posted November 10, 2015 | 7:00 AM

Vacations are wonderful opportunities to stretch out of your comfort zone with new experiences.

Family vacations allow us to:

throw caution to the wind;
become a temporary local;
make the most of opportunities;
bond with family over shared experiences.
Sure, you can, but should you?

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #4
Travel Teaches Kids About Culture
Comments | Posted October 29, 2015 | 12:40 PM

We are truly a global world now. With the click of a button you can find real time photos and news for almost any location on the planet. A quick plane trip has us melting together in destinations all over the world for business and vacation travel. Being able to…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #5
Take Time to Connect With Your Child
Posted October 23, 2015 | 3:49 PM

Travel adventures with extra time together is the perfect opportunity to connect with your child. Sometimes the day to day nitty gritty of dinner time and soccer practice and ball games and grocery shopping get in the way of bonding time. Once you get away on your travel adventure you’ll…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #6
Face Your Fears: Traveling With the Kids
Posted October 12, 2015 | 9:47 PM

Traveling with your children and family members is a unique way to build relationships and create bonds that last lifetimes. You can’t have too many wonderful moments to look back upon in your life. So, why don’t we create more?

FEAR
Fear keeps us from taking the kids to restaurants…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #7
Top Mistakes Parents Make
Posted October 5, 2015 | 1:20 AM

Parenting is a TOUGH gig! Are you making the top parenting mistakes??

NO matter how much you have dreamed and prayed and hoped for baby it is still a shock how much your life changes. Even getting a shower every day seems like a major accomplishment and in the earliest…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel #8
When Did Homework Turn Into a Frickin’ Nightmare?
(7) Comments | Posted September 24, 2015 | 6:25 PM

OMG! It’s homework time, and I need a drink!

Ah, the school year starts. Parents everywhere rejoice with visions of free time!

*Free time to catch up on shows that aren’t animated.
*Free time to work out!
*Free time to get your mani/pedi!
*Free time to shop…

The Educational Tourist: HuffPost Travel#9

Prepare Kids for a Physical Vacation                                                                                                                               Posted March 9, 2016 3:59 PM

Family vacation means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Some think the perfect vacation is sticking their toes in the sand at the beach for a week. Others think hiking and camping offer perfection for relaxation. Still others want to stay in a comfortable hotel with room service. You can take the kids on your family vacation no matter the type – the trick is to prepare them!

Get all the tips you need for creating educational and fun family travel for the entire family! Take the WHOLE family because multigenerational trips are awesome, too!

Happy Travels!

Natalie, The Educational Tourist

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2 Responses

  1. Kristi says:

    So many great articles! I laughed all over again reading about the homework!

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