My 10-year-old is now in his second year on a competitive travel soccer team.
I was happy to pay extra for a sleeping car rather than try to figure out how to get kids to sleep in the coach section of the train.
We had no idea how much it would cost to provide our own kids with music lessons and instruments, as well as the extra expenses that come with being part of an ensemble.
En route to the airport on an icy black January morning, our daughter threw up in her car seat. Uh oh. Then she puked a second time. Oh no.
The answer to all my problems came to me during a 3 a.m. feeding: we would become travel hackers.
Thanks to all of you who recommended I read Alissa Quart’s new book.
This isn’t exactly new, of course; people have been donating PTO to coworkers for years. But now that it’s trendy, coworkers might feel pressured to contribute their vacation days.
Theme parks aren’t cheap, but there are ways to do them without spending a lot of cash.
In our house there is a 12-year-old girl, a 16-year-old boy, my husband, and me.
We don’t always consider the effect student debt has on a student’s parents.