Mike and I have both wanted to spend time in London for years. It worked out perfectly for us to visit during the month of August for 2 weeks before heading back to the states for our second baby to be born! As soon as we set up our trip we contacted London Tourism and they set up visits for our family to several London sites. All of these places are very family (and stroller) friendly.
Having a massive amount of student debt in my 20's was not something that I was happy about or proud of. I was thrilled with the fantastic education I had received and the opportunities that came from it, but going to a private music college on the East coast comes at a price! After 4 years of school and 3 years of making the minimum payments, the total ballooned to nearly $120k (thank you crazy interest rates!!) I was embarrassed and saddened by the amount of student debt I had collected, and I felt suffocated by it.
Traveling to a new destination and exploring beautiful parts of the world is even better when you are with people that you love. Whether it’s a beautiful hike to a mountain top, enjoying the waves on a beach, or checking out the view from the top of a skyscraper, it’s always better when you can share it with people you care about.
Family travel is more accessible now than it has ever been. There are many affordable places to visit and there is a destination within every family budget. We love every new country we visit and we want everyone to experience what it’s like traveling with a baby or with their kids. It’s so rewarding planning for a big trip and then getting to see incredible locations with the ones you love most.
When we get this question, we know people are interested in how we make money, and we'll get to that, but we want to talk about spending first. The first important rule of sustainable travel is, we're not on a vacation, so we can't spend like we're on a vacation. Most people's spending habits on vacation are drastically different from when they're at home.