This summer we took the Ultimate Colorado Road Trip. Although it was our first real road trip, it definitely won’t be our last. We’ve seen different parts of Colorado over the years including our trip to Colorado Springs in 2017 that I blogged about here, here, and here. Colorado is so vast and different from one side of the state to the other, filled with lots of new places we wanted to explore. If you’re looking to take a road trip but don’t like the planning part, I’m sharing our 10 day itinerary filled with everything you need to know. And if a long trip road isn’t your thing, you…
The Complete Guide to Visiting Disney World in 2021 | Hollywood Studios
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to some of the parks biggest thrill rides and newest attractions. Pre-pandemic, Hollywood Studios also housed many well-known shows including Indiana Jones, Beauty and the Beast, and Fantasmic, all of which are still closed (as of May 2021).
Explore Your State | Long Branch Beach
Living in Missouri when I say “beach” I mean a lake beach, but I’ll take what I can get. Long Branch Beach is part of Long Branch State Park and located a few miles outside Macon, Missouri. We only visited for the day, but there are plenty of things to do if you want to stay longer. The park has boat access, fishing, trails, and campgrounds. You can also rent kayaks, paddle boards, tubes, and knee boards.
Explore Your State | River of Life Farm
Note: This trip was provided for free in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. As always, my thoughts and opinions are my own. Dora, Missouri. Chances are you’ve probably never heard of it. This tiny town in southern Missouri is just 30 miles from the Arkansas border and nestled in the heart of the Ozarks. And in this tiny town among the winding roads and tall trees you’ll find River of Life Farm. River of Life Farm sits on 500 acres of private land and is best known for their luxury tree top cabins that are perfect for families, couples, or even someone just looking to get away for a…
Memorial Day Weekend in Chicago with Kids
Each year over Memorial Day Weekend my field hosts it’s annual conference. Last year J and I spent the weekend in San Diego and the year before that I went to Denver solo. I was so excited when I found out that this year’s conference was in Chicago. Not only do I love the city, but it’s only 6 hours from where we live. With the relatively short distance, long weekend, and not wanting to spend another Memorial Day away from the boys, the entire family decided to tag along.