Here are some simple packing lists to make sure your summer escapes go off without a hitch
It’s time to hit the road for a summer road trip to celebrate Canada 150. Here’s what you need to make it magical
When you hit the beach on a spring break, make sure you bring home the ultimate souvenir: a recipe for authentic baja fish tacos.
When planning a spring break escape, don’t go away for too long. 5 days is all you need. We tried it and love the shorter break.
As you head out for a spring break escape, here are some things you need to pack to get best of family travel.
We all get to have a big #ParentFail moment in our lives, some are bigger than others, some more serious than others, some you just have to laugh about.
I rolled up my sleeves and did a little DIY maintenance this weekend by changing by car cabin air filters. It was simple, quick, and easy. Here’s how you can do it too:
Here are some exotic family destinations to think of when you plan your next getaway.
Fall is the best time of year to get out and explore. Whether it’s full day trips near Calgary or just a quick wander away in our neighborhood, we always pack snacks from CLIF Bar & Company.
Netflix is finally giving you a chance to purge your binge. Bring real meaning to Netflix and chill by relaxing with Slow TV, programs that take a while to get there and are all about relaxing Norwegian style.
There are Pokemon Gyms all over the world and if you get out of the city to explore the wilds, you’ll find even more. Here’s our discovering of a Pokemon Gym at the top of Tunnel Mountain!
JustFly offers up some reviews of the best road trips to see Canada with the kids this year.
JustFly offers up some reviews of the best provincial and national parks in Canada to unplug and escape.
With a simple wifi connection, you can have Netflix anywhere in the world-ish. Now, when we travel, everywhere feels local when my kids can binge shows they know.
Whether you’re visiting for a weekend or a week, there’s a long list of things to do in Coeur D’Alene for families. Spend one of your 18 summers in North Idaho, it’s worth it.
The LEGO Imagine Nation Tour is coming to Canada in 2016. It’s a chance for kids to dig deep into piles of LEGO and explore their imagination through creative play. Check it out: