Relax, Recharge, Release: What to do When You Need a Break

Being the best parent you can be takes both physical and emotional energy! While it’s easy to forget about your own needs when you’re taking care of your kids, it’s important to recharge your batteries so you don’t become burned out. With that said, here are three ways to nurture your own mind, body and spirit. Mind: Join a Book Club or Other Social Circle in Your Community Joining a local

Flying over Leeds Castle

When our family ventured to London, we researched fun things to do with teens beforehand. Traveling with older teenagers is not like traveling with tiny children – but they aren’t quite like traveling with a set of contemporaries either. One of the fun adventures my husband stumbled across online was Go Ape, a tree-top adventure that lets you “get in touch with your inner Tarzan.” Their course includes a high ropes

Spring Break part 2 – Hotel Fitness Room Workout

I started day 2 of spring break in Mobile, AL, at the fitness center. After a brief treadmill warm up, I decided to take advantage of the weights and do a full upper body workout. I also heard the Renaissance hotel that was next door to our Renaissance hotel had a ladies only underground pool! But I did not venture out to find out. Instead we hit the road for