10 Tips for Taking the Best Travel Photos

With summer winding down and the kids heading back to school, it’s time to organize your travel photos so you can savor those vacation memories for years to come. Or maybe you’re going to sneak in one last road trip of the season? You want to take the best travel photos, of course. I’m going […]

5 Life Lessons Childhood Travel Taught Me

I spent my childhood traveling the world with my family. My earliest memories include chasing geckos in the Philippines and jumping on a hotel bed in Hawaii. Battlefield tours in Boston taught me that the Battle of Bunker Hill was actually fought on Breed’s Hill. And I’ve known the difference between a stalactite and a stalagmite since […]

Scrubba Review: Brilliant Hack for Washing Clothes While Traveling

Traveling with kids is messy. Sand from the beach, dirt from camping, spilled ice cream from the amusement park…you name it…it needs to be washed. Laundry is an inevitable part of any vacation. Luckily, I recently discovered the Scrubba Wash Bag, a totally rad invention that allows you to wash your clothes anywhere – even in the woods! […]

Confessions of a Family Travel Blogger

The life of a family travel blogger may seem super exciting, and in many ways it is. I get to travel A LOT. You might think I have got this travel thing 100% down…that my children are always well-behaved, seasoned travelers and that I sail through airports with a smile. Sometimes things don’t go according to plan, my friends, […]

Create a Reverse Bucket List – An Exercise in Gratitude and Pride

You might have bucket list filled with wishes you hope to one day fulfill. But what about a reverse bucket list? Writing down your achieved goals gives a sense of gratitude and pride. A reverse bucket list provides an opportunity to reflect on what you’ve already accomplished instead of always longing for something else.  Why make […]

Why Travel to Jordan

In contrast to the serious turmoil of many of its neighbors, Jordan stands out as a peaceful oasis in the Middle East. Despite its financial difficulties, the country conveys a feeling of stability and is ruled by a king beloved by Jordanians. This is a great thing for anyone who wants to experience Jordan’s amazing […]

Overtime Bag – For Travel, Work & Motherhood

If you’re tired of switching from purse to briefcase to diaper bag to carry-on for travel, work, and motherhood…I’ve got a stylish solution for you! The Rachel Andrew Overtime Bag is spacious enough to store your wallet, sunglasses, makeup and keys…and still have room for a sippy cup or bottle, snacks for the kiddos, diapers…and […]

Travel Quiz: Where Should I Go on Vacation?

The world is such a large place with so much to explore–it can be difficult to narrow down all of the vacation destination options to pick the perfect spot for your next holiday. Travel Mamas is here to solve your travel conundrum! Take our eight-question travel quiz to discover where you should go on your […]

You Might Have Decision Fatigue If…

I have decision fatigue. Do you have it too? This is the age of personalized-everything…from half-caf soy lattes with two pumps of white chocolate and whip, to craft-your-own sandwich shops, online build-your-own car options, and shoe websites sort-able by size, color, fabric, heel-size and more. Between making life’s big decisions and all of this customization, do we just […]

Babymoon Tips for Parents-to-Be

What expectant parent wouldn’t like one last vacation before the new baby arrives? A relatively new concept, babymoons have become a hot travel trend for couples seeking one last baby-free holiday. Parents-to-be can connect, relax and enjoy each other’s company before the child is born and life changes forever. I interviewed four fellow family travel […]