Every year we go to the beach, which involves 12 hours of driving one way. Through the years I’ve learned how to build the best travel knitting kit to keep me entertained.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Canvas Factory. I was given a canvas to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own. Bring travel photos out of your hard drive and into your life! It’s amazing to live in a time when we have cameras with us at all times. […]
Piggybacking on yesterday’s challenge about creating where you are, this becomes much easier if you always have a project with you, which can happen when you designate a travel project. Benefits of a Travel Project If you have something you can carry with you, you’re more likely to be creative in those gap moments like […]
We recently went on a week-long vacation to Florida, and while I want to tell you a lot about what we did, today I want to focus on what we packed. My biggest worry when it comes to travel is keeping the girl entertained, during travel, while waiting and in down times. I probably overpack […]
This needs to start with the big disclaimer that I know the author of this book in an online friend sense. We used to be colleagues at About.com and she has gone on to do amazing things, including writing three books and working for Understood to be an even bigger advocate for kids with learning […]
People love lists, and we love to see our hometowns on lists. So when Travel + Leisure named my hometown, Fayetteville, Arkansas, number 7 on its list of America’s Quirkiest Towns, I saw it shared around a lot. As much as I love it here, and I do, indeed, think it’s quirky (we prefer the […]
I mentioned last week that I got a chance to visit the garden home of P. Allen Smith, who is kind of legendary in Arkansas as an expert in all things garden and home. We were visiting to learn more about the 529 plan in Arkansas, but of course part of the fun was also […]