Moving your family into a new home has got to be one of the biggest decisions you can ever make as a parent. There are so many things to take into consideration when faced with a decision such as this. Whether you are moving across town or just down the street, here are the essential tips you need to know to move your family.
Are you planning a family road trip? Family road trips are some of our best family trips. There are so many benefits to going on them. To start with, I love the fact that we get to see so many beautiful places on the way to a destination that we would not be able to see if we were to get there in a different way. Road trips are also practical and cost-effective to travel with family.
Whether you are exploring big-city fun, rugged mountain adventures, relaxation on the beach, or anything; you would want to be sure you have a good pair of shoes. Having a good pair of shoes will make traveling more enjoyable. You can easily walk 5-10 miles when visiting a city and even spending a few hours in a museum can do a number on your feet.
I think you will agree with me that we could all use some words of inspiration or motivation. I know I do! We all need that quote of the day to keep pushing forward. We face difficulties and hard times in our life. These difficulties can break our spirit and bring us down and makes us feel uninspired.
Are you looking for a couple’s weekend getaway? In your day to day busy-ness there is much to desire with time away from everything and everyone. Yes that includes the kids as well. We were fortunate to be able to get away for a few days of just the two of us to reconnect and re-shift the focus to us.
We were so excited to experience La Grande Roue de Montréal during our recent visit to Old Montréal. Located right on Old Port where all the action is at, this was the perfect place to be. La Grande Roue is a climate-controlled as well as the tallest observation wheel in Canada. Allowing visitors to see the city and its beautiful surrounding in a 360 panoramic view from 60 meters in the air, which is equivalent to a 20 story building. On a clear day, visitors can see 28 km away.