A Typical Day Over here at Go Family Adventure we spend a lot of time highlighting the adventures we take and the adventures we want to take. During these COVID months our adventures have been fewer and shorter. So today we are focusing on the normal. A typical day in our family life consists ofContinue reading “Life Between the Adventures”
“Habits are not a finish line to be crossed, they are a lifestyle to be lived.” James Clear The Current Situation of Quarantine 2020 Time slowed as the world shut down during quarantine, but it also marched on. We all found ourselves feeling a bit stuck and the rhythms of the days past slipped away.Continue reading “Healthy Habits Created During Quarantine”
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Celebrating our Kids with their Very Own Adventures We love to celebrate the various milestones of our kids. They each look forward to choosing their own adventure with mom and dad at 10, 15, and 20. Sometimes we throw in others, too, if the opportunity presents itself. Family adventures are always going to happen, butContinue reading “Chicago 15 Year Old Adventure”
Multi-family adventures can be an incredible way to experience a new place or perhaps enhance a re-visit destination. However, there are also some major differences in the way you plan and do this type of vacation. After all, compounding the number of people involved is sure to add a layer of logistics. I have comeContinue reading “8 Tips to Planning a Multi-Family Adventure”
Where I’m at right now as a Mom, April 2020 If you are anything like me you’ve been wildly vacillating between cruise ship director mom and figure out your own boredom mom. I can even be both those moms in the same day! Navigating these strange times with kids at home has been both exhaustingContinue reading “Quarantine Photo Scavenger Hunt”
There IS a first time for everything This trip, for our family, was the first time we did our own thing. For years we latched on to what grandparents wanted to do. It was the first time I found an incredible deal on airline tickets and couldn’t pass it up. It was the first tripContinue reading “Boston: Beantown, America’s Walking City”
The Inspiration Many years ago I read a book called Love Does by Bob Goff where he talks about how his family found a way to celebrate each child individually. John and I were both so challenged by how we would communicate to each of our children how special they are. In the book theContinue reading “The 10 Year Old Adventure”
Our girl chose Nashville as her 10 year old adventure location. Her choice was highly motivated on the fact that Nashville has a lovely ballet company and our girl wanted to see a professional production. It was awesome watching Cinderella as a ballet! In the interest of staying on budget we opted to stay outsideContinue reading “10 year old Adventure in Nashville: Music City”