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Managing a family is a full time job on its own, and when you also have to manage a business along with it, you can bet that you’ll have your work cut out for you.

From keeping track of the quality of your service to the way that you market your products, you have to ensure that the steps you are taking towards your business’ betterment are actually working the way you intended them to.

And this is especially true when you apply this notion to the aspect of email marketing, which is one of the most economical yet effective ways of advertising in this day and age.

According to email marketing platform MyEmma, the mode of outreach has become so prominent with the widespread usage of smartphones that emailing your potential clients is now considered a surefire way to get your message across to them and delivered right to their phone screens.

Judge the significance of this statement by knowing that 81% of people now use their phones to keep track of their emails.

Why wouldn’t they? Instead of going through extremely detailed desktop browser interfaces, they can judge the contents of every email by a quick glance at their phone’s notifications, and check if the email’s body content holds anything of interest.

But this also acts as a two-edged sword, since it means that your body content could either make or break your email marketing campaign.

This is why, you need to make sure that your text-based emails are created in a way that they always drive the point home through the power of words – and here’s how you can achieve that feat.

1. Use Personalization to Your Advantage

Make sure that you use relevant tools to personalize the email for each recipient. You do not have to go into great details to create intricate messages, since the simple mention of someone’s name and their key interests could go a long way towards establishing a great rapport with them. Thus, pay ample attention to this aspect.

2. Format Content for Skimming

For those who’d open your email, it’d be important to be told what you’re trying to convey in a few seconds’ time. If your email is too convoluted or requires someone’s complete attention to be read, then you may miss out on potential readers while they are on the go. Make sure to draft simple and easy to understand emails, while also using formatting to your advantage to break them down with paragraphs, headings and bullet points.

3. Don’t Forget Your Call-to-Action

Creating a great email wouldn’t amount to anything if it doesn’t urge your users to visit your website, book an appointment or simply giving you a call. Ensure that as friendly as your email’s content is, that you make sure to include proper calls-to-action within such emails. They can do wonders in obtaining new business.

4. Be a Minimalist

In text-based emails, less is more. Be concise and be clear in what you have to say while making sure that any redundant information is not affiliated with your email. By keeping your message clean of any confusing elements or language, you can ensure to drive more audience towards your objective.

5. Respect Your Subscribers’ Choices

If your subscribers do not want an HTML email, then they must have taken the decision due to a good reason. Trying to change their mind by sending them emails about switching to HTML might just avert them from your campaign altogether. Ensure that you don’t push your HTML emails in their faces and instead deliver them the content they signed up for through intelligently crafted text emails.

If you want to read about these tips in a more elaborated manner or simply want to obtain more content on email marketing tips, then make sure to give MyEmma’s website a visit and get yourself set on the path of learning email marketing right from the experts in no time.

As a parent or partner, it’s easy to figure out what to leave under the tree for your loved ones. Kids especially don’t miss an opportunity to tell you a hundred times in pitches previously unheard by the human ear. Meanwhile, the adults in your life know wellenough to leave you a quiet list of their needs and wants. That isn’t the hard part. Your biggest challenge is to find enough small gifts to fill their stockings without relying on a pair of disappointing socks. If you’re strapped for ideas, take a look at this list for some inspiration. From kid-friendly cameras attachments to adult dongles, there’s something for every age.

A dongle

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In a world that’s watching the slow decline of the plug-in headphones, there’s a huge chance the people on your list have a phone that doesn’t have a headphone jack. The iPhone 7, 8, and X series don’t, nor do the Pixel 2 and 3, the UTC 2 Ultra, or the Moto Z have a jack. As a result, they’re stuck using wireless headphones whenever they want to listen to something.

While there’s nothing wrong with the quality of audio they deliver, these wireless headphones run on batteries that die. If they forget to charge them, they won’t be able to listen to their Dr. Death podcast or Spotify playlist. Help them avoid this catastrophe by wrapping a headphone dongle in their stocking. Even if they have one already, they’ll appreciate having an extra one to hook up to their wired headphones.

A 3D pen

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If you have a creative kid on your list, then a 3D pen would make their holiday. Using the latest technology, it takes their designs off the page and into reality. Though technically affordable enough to fit in their stocking, it would make a great main present, too. The 3D Doodler Start comes with themed sets like Architecture, Robotics, and Product Design to help them get started. You can also choose to stick with just the pen and material, so they can make original works of art.

A personalized skin

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A skin is just another word for a decal. These accessories wrap around a phone, laptop, video game console, and other gadgets to provide a protective and stylish surface. In that way, they’re kind of like the epidermis that wraps around your own body! But unlike the beige and browns of human skin, a Galaxy skin comes in exciting colors and textures like carbon fiber, marble, dragon skin, and black matrix. Each design is precision-cut to fit their gadget in question, so you can expect a close fit as well as a fashionable addition to their device.

On your search for a customizable skin, don’t check out the kiosks taking up space in the middle of the mall. Their stock pales in comparison to the selection online. An online inventory lets companies like dbrand offer a greater variety of textures than any store could. At the touch of your fingers, you’ll find a huge catalogue of designs. So many that you might order one to make your Galaxy stand out. Best of all, they’ll have it delivered straight to your door for free.

A kids’ camera

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If you have young kids who are constantly usurping your smartphone to take photographs, a PixlPlay Camera is a great present. It snaps onto any old smartphone that you don’t use anymore to make it look like the old-fashioned SLR cameras that took actual film. It works without Wi-Fi or data, so it lets them take snaps without fear of them accidentally opening an app and buying something expensive. It’s also designed with a kid-approved grip to protect it from drops.

A car mount holder

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Our phones have replaced nearly every other accessory or device we used to use. An alarm clock? Your Galaxy can wake you up instead. A calendar? The iPhone keeps track of your social engagements for you. An entertainment system? You can watch the latest Netflix series via their app. A paper map? Google Maps navigates you through the quickest route to your destination.

The only problem with the latter is that it encourages distracted driving as people check their handsets and not the road. The iOttie Easy Flex 3 car mount holder can help them keep their hands off their phone and their eyes on the road. It grips any phone and attaches easily to the dash of their car, so their map or playlist is always within their sight.

A car mount fills out an adult’s stocking wonderfully, but it won’t impress the kid on your list. For your youngest loved ones, stick to an age-appropriate camera or 3D pen. There’s something for every age on this list, so there’s no need to double-up on gifts just to fill up space.

Though small, stocking stuffers are often the hardest gifts to buy exactly for their size. Luckily, you don’t have to waste any more time thinking about stocking stuffers when you have the internet at your disposal. This unlimited resource helps you avoid boring, over-used gifts like tube socks for better tech-inspired presents any age will love.

Recently, I’ve gotten quite a few comments from readers and friends about smartphone monitoring. This practice, using a service to monitor your kid’s phone usage, has become increasingly popular over the years and with that popularity has come a slew of questions. So I’m gonna give a brief overview of some of the main ideas to be aware of when considering this type of service for your family. I’ll be talking specifically about TeenSafe, since it’s my personal favorite, but there will be plenty of general information here as well.

Why Use a Monitoring Service?

The reason these services exist in the first place is that technology has increased by leaps and bounds in the modern era. Those increases are really great for a lot of things, like keeping our kids connected with friends and helping them complete schoolwork. But along with those increases have come some negatives as well. The internet is full of explicit content that we don’t want our kids to encounter. It’s also rife with bullies who have the potential to inflict real psychological harm. Perhaps most worrying, the internet is often used by predators to locate victims. Monitoring a child’s phone usage helps you protect them from these dangers and more.

What You See When Using a Monitoring Service

Each monitoring service varies a bit on what they provide, but here’s what you get with TeenSafe, which I think has the most complete feature set of the bunch. One of the big tools you get after installing the service on your kid’s phone is the ability to read their text messages, even if they’ve been deleted. This message monitoring also works with apps like Kik and WhatsApp. You’ll also be able to check your child’s call logs to see who they’ve been talking to. Another big one is the service’s ability to monitor website usage, including bookmarks. And finally, you’ll be able to track the location of the phone and view a map of where it’s been.

How to Approach It With Your Kid 

The above list of features gives you a great way to keep track of your kid’s usage of technology in order to keep them safe from people or content that might do them harm. However, it’s important to remember that using this type of service isn’t a battle against your kid. Ideally, you’re working together with your child toward the same end goal. In order to encourage this type of collaborative approach toward phone safety, I’d recommend keeping a very open line of communication with your child. It’s important to let them know why you want to keep tabs on their phone usage, and what are the boundaries and norms for it. Establishing a level of two-way trust from the start will go a long way in helping to make a monitoring service effective.

Hopefully that was a helpful starter guide if you’ve been wondering about the use of phone monitoring to help protect your kid. For more information, I’d recommend going to the TeenSafe website for a full overview of the service. Until next time!

It is a brave decision to go on a solo vacation. As fun as going on a trip with your friends or family is, a solo trip has the potential to change you as a person. Not only can seeing the world on your own be an amazing experience, it can also improve your health and happiness. Here are some benefits of solo travel that might convince to book your next trip.

Travel can boost your immune system

Any travel, whether alone or with others is a boost to your health, including strengthening your immune system. When you travel, you are exposed to all sorts of new bacteria and your body will need to learn to adapt by creating more antibodies and defense mechanisms. Travel also reduces stress so your immune system doesn’t have to work hard at fighting stress hormones like cortisol.

You can relax as much as you want

When you travel solo you are in complete charge of your own itinerary. You can go where you want, when you want and spend as much time in any place that suits you. You can totally travel at your own pace, especially on a road trip in a rental car. Be as relaxed as possible by having one sure insurance, your inoculations up to date, and a basic first aid kit.

It will improve your social skills

You will need a good degree of self sufficiency when you travel alone but you will also need to be more socially and culturally aware than if you were with other people in a hotel where so much is organized and regimental. Solo vacations have been made easier and safer because you can travel with a smartphone or tablet, but there will be situations when technology will not help and you will need to engage with human beings. Embrace it and find fun in communicating in a different country with people who may not speak your language.

It improves brain health

Even though you are nice and relaxed, travel can still sharpen your mind. New experiences increase cognitive flexibility and traveling solo offers plenty of amazing opportunities for new experiences that affect all your senses. You’ll see wonderful new things, smells aromas that you’ve never imagined, and find connections with people of all sorts.

Plenty of time for introspection and reflection

There is nothing like time alone to help you gather your thoughts. Yes, you can do this anywhere but why not do it somewhere beautiful or interesting. Traveling solo means you have much fewer distractions too. You might well come across a stunning setting for a spot of meditation or yoga.

Everyone should take at least one solo trip in their lifetime. Whether you go to another state or another country, it should be one of your greatest memories when you look back on your life. Put it on your bucket list now!

Days Past

We take on more obligations as we get older. This may not have been the case when we were much younger. When growing up, all we might have had to deal with were chores from our parents and may have even gotten an allowance too. We may have been told to wash the dishes, do the laundry and mow the lawn and our homework too. Most of us dealt with a defined set of responsibilities and then we were able to go and play, we didn’t have any other care in the world. We took care of our chores as quickly as we possibly could and then went to go find some diversions or make up our own. Those days go by so fast.

Growing Older

But as we grow older we find that there is more to be done. We find that there is more expectations, expectations that bring with it more obligations. We get past high school and head off toward college, the second tier of academia. We find that there are more costs involved in our decisions, tuitions have to be paid for and the expectation is that we will succeed in school. We will make great grades because of costs incurred as well the fact that our future is on the line. Some of us may find that we have to go to work at a local food joint or mall to help stave off costs and earn our way through college, a process which helps us to understand the need for work and why it matters in our lives. While in college we enter into many different relationships. There are those that are social, school clubs, fraternities and other. Then those relationships which are more personal and intimate and others that are professional as well.

In each of the relationships that we enter into and each of the activities that we take on, we realize that there are expectations and responsibilities that are attached. We learn that we have to go to class on time or the professor may close the door and deduct points from our final grades, we learn that we have to go to work on time or we let down our co-workers and the end customer and that we have to work hard in school to make our parents proud. We might also realize that we have our own individual expectations. We expect to be at one destination or other in life and we know that we will only get there by taking on certain responsibilities and making certain decisions. Life may throw different stressors at us, different obstacles to overcome and yet we press on while learning more about how the world turns each day. We then graduate college and seek to start our careers and potentially get married.

Adulthood

We graduate college, polish up our resumes and land a job. Ideally, we have found a job in our intended careers but this may not always be the case for a variety of reasons. At times we may start with an entry-level role that is way off from where we started but we realize that everyone has to start somewhere. We take the setbacks with stride, vape a little, take a couple of deep breaths and keep hacking away. We progress on in life, we think to ourselves that we want a family life, so we go on a couple of dates, experience some squabbles, de-stress by vaping with our e-cigarettes, work out our issues and then get married.

We begin our family life, a life that comes with different expectations of its own. We have to tend our significant others, do our chores (while not getting paid for it) and make sure that we’re tending to our kids and doing what we can to create the best possible future for them. We might find that we rarely get time for breaks, that there is always something that needs to be done.

If we don’t pay attention we can take a significant amount of stress and burnout. To avoid falling into this state of lethargy and overall tiredness due to a lack of regular breaks time to de-stress make sure to figure out how to pace yourself.

The Pomodoro technique helps in time management as well as being able to catch yourself if you’ve gone down the rabbit hole of endless work. Take short breaks each day to de-stress how you see fit, whether that means taking a few short strolls while vaping each day or getting out of work mode and relaxing at a park nearby, take the time out.

You’ll be glad you did.

Swimming is perhaps one of the best ways to not only get in shape but is also a great way to help people recuperate after a severe injury. Water therapy has become one of the best forms of physical therapy for people who have been in an accident and are in need of rehabilitation.

Swimming is great for balancing out your mood, to help you shed more weight in helping to increase your creativity. So if you are keen on learning more about the benefits of swimming then get ready to “dive in” into this article as we will explore the many benefits of swimming.

Grab your swimwear and your trunks because this article will get you ready to go for a swim.

The Many Benefits Of Swimming

# 1 Balances Your Mood Out

Swimming is a great way to help balance out your mood. Swimming helps to release the happy, feel-good chemicals. This is because swimming requires you to exercise and to exercise has long been connected with boosting one’s overall mood. So if you need a quick pick me up, then swimming is a great way to turn that frown upside down.

# 2 – Lose Weight

It is no secret that many people in the west are obese. It isn’t even a secret. But swimming is a great way for you to start burning the extra fat.

Why? Because again swimming as fun as it is is also an exercise and by forcing your body to move through a medium that works against you are using your muscles more and toning your muscles.

Fat can quickly be burned by adding more muscles to your body; because muscles BURN FAT. So why not jump into a pool instead of going jogging because it will prove to be invaluable for the entirety of your body.

 

# 3 – Cardiovascular

Swimming will help to boost your cardiovascular health. Meaning your body will be able to pump blood much more efficiently and you have much more stamina.

# 4 – Boost Your Cognition

Much like exercise improves your mood it also is excellent for increasing your cognition. The many benefits of exercising can have a list all unto itself. But exerting is incredibly beneficial for your body as well as your mind.

So next time you want to get a bit more creative then go for a swim because it will help to greatly bolster your thinking and productivity.

As the years pass, most people begin to feel a bit self-conscious about how they look. Sometimes it is because they have put on a bit of extra weight or that the aging process has led to a bit of sagging.

When that happens, there is no reason to worry. Modern shapewear like the type that is sold by retailers like Simply Be, can save the day. Provided you buy the right type, look after it and wear it properly you will be pleasantly surprised by how much of a difference it can make to the way you look. But, if you have never bought shapewear there are a few things you need to be aware of and take into account.

Check your size

The first tip is to measure yourself before you shop for shapewear. This video shows you how. Always use a tape measure, never simply use your bra or dress size. The sizing of these garments varies greatly, so you cannot rely on using them as a guide.

Buy the right size

This next tip seems obvious, but you will be surprised by how many people do not follow this advice. You need to buy the right size shapewear. Too big and it won’t provide any support at all. If it is too tight, all that will happen is that your bulges will be redistributed and spill out over the top and out of the sides. This looks truly awful, far worse than if you were not wearing shapewear at all.

Buy for your body type

Look at yourself in the mirror and work out which areas need additional smoothing and support. This will help you to work out which garments will help you the most.

Choose the right level of compression

Shapewear offers several different levels of compression and support. If you are just looking for a smoothing effect go for light support garments. Spandex and garments with built-in control panels provide a little support as well as smoothing out minor bulges.

Firm compression garments are good for contouring. They reshape the figure as well as provide support. But, they do not really pull you in. For that, you want maximum compression garments or corsets. However, you do need to be careful with how you wear these. They are really only designed to be worn occasionally. If you wear them all day, every day, your organs can end up gradually being displaced. That can lead to breathing and digestion issues.

Try it on properly

When you get your shapewear home, try it on under a range of garments. Take a critical look at yourself in the mirror, if you can, from all angles. This is the best way to be sure that the items you have chosen are actually the right ones for you. If they do not look or feel right do not be afraid to return them. Bear in mind that you are unlikely to be able to return shaping panties because of hygiene concerns. So, pay special attention to sizing when buying those.

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With 3.9 million Americans working at least half of their week at home, making money remotely has become a legitimate way to generate extra cash flow. Whether its making money off of your actual property of just working in your home office, being based in the comfort of your own home is not only convenient but great for your family.

Using Your Home For Extra Income

Generating money from home can prove to be the best way for you to gain extra income, pay off mortgages, or ease the transition into retirement. The most common way to make money off your property is by renting out a room or space. With websites like AirBnB being popular hotspots for temporary rentals, families can rent out rooms for months, weeks, or even days at a time. More traditional lease based renting options provide a more secure and long-term rental. Another popular method to making money from home is using any garage or back house space as a storage unit. This involves no risk of rental or human wrongdoing, simply use your extra space for other storage and make money while you sleep!

Your Home Is Your Office

Working from home can be a peaceful experience that allows you to work on your own time, while also being able to focus on the responsibilities of raising a family. For many people with passionate hobbies that may not be part of the corporate world, blogging from home can be a way to generate extra income as well as expressing what you are passionate about. Starting your own blog will allow you to focus your days on your two loves; your passion and your family. Freelance writing jobs are also plentiful online. If you have a knack for writing about various topics or are even a specialist in one, there are plenty of opportunities to write and earn money from home. Online tutoring and graphic design jobs allow college graduates the opportunity to use their degrees and excel in their profession all from the comfort of the home. Your home can earn money for you.

Dedicate More To Your Family

Working from home by renting property, selling storage space, starting a blog, or a remote position all can generate extra cash and give you a little more wiggle room financially. The most enriching part about working from home though, is the serenity and fulfillment it provides by allowing you to be less stressed and more active in the lives of your family members.

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If you have some old, plain clothes that you don’t really wear but don’t want to throw away either, then here’s an idea for you! You can try using embroidery to help make your clothes more fashionable and make you want to wear them all the time. Embroidery is a versatile technique that can be used to spice up a clothing item and give it new life.

Embroidery has made a huge comeback into style and has been a steady trend for a while now. So find some items that could use a little something extra and enjoy being creative with embroidery!

Starting Out

You can begin by choosing a machine to start embroidery, or try a more simple method with an embroidery hoop and needle. Embroidery machines can digitize a design and embroidery it onto your clothing much quicker than if you do it by hand. There are many embroidery machines suitable for beginners so it won’t be too difficult for you to get the hang of it. If you’d prefer to try your hand at embroidery the old fashioned way, then stop by your nearest craft store and get the supplies you need.

With either method, you should practice on some scrap material before starting on your clothing. But don’t worry if you do make a mistake in your design, a stray stitch can easily be unpicked or covered up.

Patterns and Patches

There are endless amounts of free patterns you can find online. From a simple, red rose to intricate patterns and even emoji designs. You can start with the simple designs and maybe try embroider a simple flower onto a plain T-shirt. The simplest design can have a massive impact on the way a clothing items looks, just by adding a lovely little detail. Floral designs are very trendy right now and can turn a plain old item of clothing into an elegant, stylish piece that will turn heads.

You can even buy embroidered patches to sew or iron on to your clothes if you’d prefer not to do all the work yourself. Patches can have many meanings or symbolize specific places or things. Try adding them on a denim jacket for a very fashionable look.

Another idea is to embroider words onto your garments. You can make them more personal with your initials, or embroider a simple saying that you like. This can help you create more unique items of clothing and people will be sure to ask you where you bought them from!

Colour

It’s important think about what colour embroidery thread you should use on specific clothing items. Consider what colours will complement the colour of the fabric, and if you want your design to really stand out or if you want it to be more subtle. Using complementary colours is a great idea if you want your designs to be more eye-catching, and contrasting colours will definitely stand out more than similar shades.

Embellishments

Embellishments, like beads and sequins, can be used to make your embroidery really pop. Adding a little sparkle can really draw the eye to the design and make people notice the details of your clothes. If you’re embroidering a pattern, all you need to do is slip a small bead or sequin onto the thread every now and then to create an amazing effect. Embellishments could also be used in the centre of flower designs.

Textures

Embroidery can also help to link together different pieces of your outfit. You can layer an embroidered denim jacket over just about anything, whether it be a light, summer dress, or leggings and a T-shirt. Plat around with different clothing textures that will make your embroidery really stand out.

There are so many different types of stitches you can try out that will result in different textures within your embroidered design or pattern. From spaced out, simple lines to heavily layered patterns that add volume to your design, there are so many techniques to experiment with.

Accessories

Your clothes aren’t the only things you can jazz up with embroidery. Accessories can help turn a boring outfit into a cute ensemble. Try embroidering some bright colours onto a scarf, or add some intricate patterns to your clutch bag and turn it into more of a statement piece. Embroidery can be used to make pretty much anything more fashionable, so be creative and have some fun with it!

Traveling with kids will get easier once they get bigger, right? In some cases, no. Bigger just means they are able to express themselves more. Tantrums won’t fully go away. And if you have more than one kid, prepare for those endless sibling spats that can make you want to pull your hair out and regret ever hauling your entire family for a vacation.

Try these tips to make traveling with big kids a lot easier:

Make a List of Everything the Entire Family Needs

A list helps you stay sane while packing for your vacation. A list also ensures that you won’t forget your child’s favorite cuddle toy or your emergency medical kit. Squelch the urge to bring everything but the kitchen sink. The last thing you would want to do is lug around your heavy luggage while herding the kids. Keep everything minimal and simple. You will stay sane that way.

Expert tip: Bring only your essentials and allot money to buy the rest of the stuff you need at your destination. Just make sure you do your research in advance to make sure your destination has stores where you can buy the things you need.

Arm Yourself with an Entertainment Kit

Vacations mean lots of time going from one place to another and spending a lot of time waiting for food to arrive when you eat at restaurants. Kids get easily bored and antsy when they get cooped up in contained places for a long time. Give something to distract them.

Make a travel entertainment kit and a restaurant kit. You don’t want the kids to get bored with their activities fast so make sure you have these two separate kits and give them only when they have to wait for a long time. You can visit the dollar store and buy art supplies and cheap toys to bring with you.

Expert tip: When buying coloring supplies, choose those that won’t roll off easily. The last thing you would want to do is keep crouching under the chair to find crayons that your children keep on dropping. You can actually find uniquely-shaped coloring materials. If you are feeling extra creative, you can chop up old crayons into small pieces and then put them in Alphabet or star-shaped molds. Melt them in the oven and let them harden. You not only have new shape of crayons, you also saved money in buying new coloring materials.

Plan Your Travel Itinerary with Kids in Mind

Choose accommodations that are kid-friendly. Stay away from unsafe, noisy and overcrowded areas. You can actually save more money by avoiding the usual touristy accommodations. Find out if they have amenities ideal for kids so you can keep them occupied while you go and have a massage. Pick accommodations with the essentials like a bathtub, laundry, TV and Wi-Fi. Also make sure you pick destinations with plenty of activities that kids will love.

Expert tip: Stay longer and you have better chances of scoring bigger discounts. You can also opt to go during off-peak seasons to avoid hordes of vacationers and to take advantage of the amenities of the hotel better. Trust me, swimming in a jam-packed pool is not a good way to spend your vacation.

Bring Lots of Snacks

Bringing snacks can save you a lot of money. They will also keep your kids occupied and prevent your kids from getting hungry while traveling. You can buy small reusable containers and stash snacks in there. Choose snacks that won’t get mushy or won’t perish easily.

Expert Tip: Buy snacks in bulk and separate them in small packages so they are easier to bring. Choose snacks that are not messy and are satiating so your kids won’t feel hungry easily.

Don’t Forget Important Equipment

We’re talking about strollers. If you have kids who still take naps during the day, they will need a place to do so.

Expert Tip: You can also use the stroller to stash your luggage and shopping bags. Tandem strollers are also great, so you won’t have to bring more than one stroller. You can check out more options here.

With careful planning, you should be able to go on a stress-free vacation with your kids. Prepare in advance and choose destinations that your kids will love. Focus on creating wonderful memories with your kids.