With today’s hectic and ‘always on’ lifestyle, it’s more important than ever to take time to unwind and relax. Spending time doing the things you enjoy with friends or family or even on your own can help to recharge your batteries and re-balance your well-being.
Holidays are something so many of us look forward to, but with a family in tow it’s possible to get stressful before you leave, and continue that way for the duration. You don’t want to feel like you need a holiday from your holiday, so here are a few thoughts on family travel.
When you plan a family trip to Florida one of the big decisions you have to make is where you will stay.
Parents know that travelling with children can be a real challenge sometimes. My general approach is ‘be prepared for anything’. You never know when you’ll need an emergency pair of trousers, pack of baby wipes, favourite toy or Calpol. ANYTHING is possible when travelling with children.
As much as we love North Wales, we think that Wales in general has so much to offer families. Pembrokeshire is somewhere we really like and it is a great place to visit with a family – have you been?
Pembrokeshire is known for its coastline and being as beautiful in the winter as it is in the summer.
Skiing with a family is very costly and requires a huge amount of patience and perseverance, not to mention the fasting and unfastening of what feels like a million boot clips several times a day BUT it’s our thing.
Christmas dinner, going to the beach on a summer holiday and spending time at your grandparent’s house are the memories we remember most vividly from our childhoods, it has emerged. Does that match at all with your memories of childhood?
Let’s think positively and hope we all get lots of picnics outside with the children this year. If you are planning on heading to a family festival this summer, one of these mats would be ideal.