Travelling can be extremely stressful for people who do not have much experience, and sometimes even for frequent travellers. New places and unfamiliar areas can often be quite challenging, especially if you are travelling outside the country. There are a lot of challenges and obstacles that come along with travelling; all of which can cause much stress to the traveller. For that very reason, this article puts together a list of five objects and items that can help reduce your stress while you travel.
So you’ve got a long car journey ahead and you’re thinking “how the hell will I survive this with the kids?!”
I know, I say it every time we go away.
With family who live 200 miles away I’m pretty experienced with long family car journeys. And trust me when I say they haven’t all been easy.
[AD]Ok the kids are back to school and the summer holiday is over. The weather is cooling, sweaters are coming out of storage and I’m sure I’ve seen a wooly hat this week!
So this means only one thing, it’s time to plan for next summer!
Most of us love getting away from the daily routine by taking a holiday, and summer is the perfect time to do so. For some, the destination isn’t too important; they simply want somewhere they can relax and do something a little different. For others, however, we’re overwhelmed with the number of beautiful places in the world, And we want to share all of them with our children. Especially if you have young children, travelling long-haul can be quite a feat, so in this post I’m looking at some of the most popular destinations for family holidays right here in Europe.
Other than consuming a lot of coffee, I’ve had to come up with ways of getting through a long car journey with a 5 and 2 year old. Well, the 5 year old is easy to entertain. The 2 year old however, he’s the trouble maker.