Why You Don’t Always Have to Take Your Children on Vacation

Family vacations are important. It is an opportunity to spend some quality time together, reconnecting and enjoying downtime as a family. Most families take at least one vacation a year, typically in the school holidays, but not always. However, what you need to remember as a parent is that it’s OK to take a vacation without your children. Parental Guilt Guilt is a parent’s best friend. We feel guilty about working while someone else takes care of our children. We feel guilty for not … [Read more...]

Ideal City Breaks for Women in Europe

Regardless of whether you splash the cash on a non-stop shopping trip or treat yourself to a self-indulgent spa weekend, every girl deserves a city break every now and again. The rejuvenating powers of just a few days away can work wonders, and help banish the stresses of modern life. The only problem you might encounter is deciding where to go. But thankfully, the variety and diversity of Europe has something to suit all kinds of traveller. With this in mind, here are some ideal city break … [Read more...]

The Best Events to Attend at Niagara Falls

If you are looking for a location that’s host to a great range of events which you can attend this year either on your own, with your partner, with friends or with family, you should look no further than Niagara Falls. Along with the majestic waterfalls themselves, the city of Niagara Falls, Canada, is home to a huge range of great events ranging from everything from music festivals to wine tasting experiences. We’ve put together some of the best events held around the Niagara Falls area to give … [Read more...]

How to Plan a Honeymoon to the Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most popular destinations in Canada, thanks to the beauty and majesty of the waterfalls, which are truly breathtaking. People from all over the world travel to Niagara Falls to experience them for themselves, as well as to take in all that this unique Canadian city has to offer. But in addition to being a popular vacation spot, Niagara Falls also makes the ideal honeymoon destination. Check out some tips below so that you can plan your honeymoon there and enjoy every … [Read more...]

Royal North India Tour, Feb 15 – March 6, 2016

JOIN Enakshi Sinha ...on her forthcoming India tour as an cultural ambassador and a host leader of the exciting and exotic Royal North India Tour which is starting from Feb 15 to March 6, 2016. Enakshi says: "We will also cover Taj Mahautsav - Classical dance and music festival where you can witness the festival at the backdrop of Taj Mahal at Agra and mingle with the most renowned artists of India." … [Read more...]

Traveling as an Independent Woman

Traveling is one of the great pleasures in life, but for women going around the world as a solo traveler can be particularly empowering. As an independent woman, booking holidays and seeing more of the world isn’t just a right, it’s a privilege and an absolute treat too! You can travel at any time of the year, depending on your time and budget, but one of the best things to do as a solo female traveler is to plan your holidays well in advance of your date of travel so you can get the best … [Read more...]

Safety Tips for Female Students Studying Abroad

While studying abroad can be a fantastic adventure, women should take extra precaution to avoid the dangers associated with foreign places. It might not be fair, but women often have to put up with more harassment abroad. While women shouldn't shy away from studying abroad, these 6 safety tips can help prevent crimes of all natures. 1. Learn some language: Whether you need to tell a guy in a bar that you already have a boyfriend or you need to ask a friendly stranger how to get from the train … [Read more...]

Mom, here are 18 Blogs on Being a Helicopter Parent!

How do you know where the line is between being an involved, caring parent and a helicopter parent? A helicopter parent (also called a cosseting parent or simply a cosseter) is a parent who pays extremely close attention to a child's or children's experiences and problems, particularly at educational institutions. The term helicopter parent was originally coined by Foster Cline and Jim Fay. Helicopter parents are so named because, like helicopters, they hover overhead. The term … [Read more...]

UK’s new Visa Policy, Meetika Srivastava

THE news broke, Monday, that the UK government plans imposing a visa bond on nationals of some countries intending to travel to the UK. According to the report, from November, nationals of Nigeria, India, Ghana, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will have to post a bond of N723,000 or £3,000 ($4,600 or 3,500 euros at current exchange rates). The Home Secretary, Theresa May, made the proposal which targeted nationals of the countries tagged as “high-risk.” Home Secretary Theresa May who last … [Read more...]

Lorre White celebrates ‘Top Places during the Monaco Grand Prix’

Monaco is the byword for glamour, gaming and the globe’s greatest Grand Prix. It boasts more bars, cars and Michelin stars per square metre than anywhere else on earth. On the weekend of 25th May, the world peers in at the planet's chicest city-state. This most glamorous episode of the Formula 1 calendar is the one every driver wants to win. Indeed, Monaco is the only Grand Prix where the most expensive grandstand tickets – which hover around $3,000 for the race weekend – sell out first. … [Read more...]

Lorre White celebrates ‘less traditional’ things ‘to do’ in Paris!

Paris in the Spring Time to explore Paris is the ultimate luxury. But deciding how to spend that precious time is always the challenge. You can visit the iconic monuments, Mona Lisa at the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Notre Dame, wade through the crowds and click them off your list. Or you can take a slightly different road map and experience the history of this great city through some less visited, yet equally ( in some cases more so) impressive sites. The list below is highly … [Read more...]

How to stay connected to baby, if on business trip

Being away from your baby is a difficult thing to do, especially if you are new to parenting. However, sometimes work gets in the way of spending precious quality time with your baby. With the help of modern technology and a little creativity, you can still connect with her when you are away on business. Whether it is a short weekend trip or a longer month-long venture, it is important to keep an open line of communication with your baby. Will My Baby Really Know If I Am … [Read more...]

Spring Break 2013 – Couple Dozen Blogs of Helpful Ideas !!!

24 Blogs with Spring Break Ideas The week of Spring Break typically falls in March and was created to give students a break from their studies before coming back to finish out their school year strong. Many families like to travel during this break and enjoy quality time together. Some families will choose to get out of the cold and head to a warm destination, while others will choose to take advantage of the last skiing and snowboarding days of the season. Then there are those families … [Read more...]

Karinna Kittles-Karsten, “Love Around the World”

Karinna Kittles-Karsten, The Love Educator, is an internationally recognized relationship expert, author of the best-selling book, Intimate Wisdom, The Sacred Art of Love, and the producer of the popular DVD Sacred Love-Making. Karinna regularly gives keynote speeches on relationships for Celebrity A-List events, prestigious organizations such as Entrepreneurs Organization, and academic institutions such as New York University. She has appeared on television shows like UK's Million Dollar … [Read more...]

Childcare, “10 Ways to Prepare Kids for International Travel”

International travel, whether for professional, pleasure or personal reasons, can be a daunting prospect when there are children involved. However, as with many other intimidating tasks, much of the worry can be sidestepped with proper planning and preparation. With this in mind, here are 10 tips for preparing children to travel internationally. Immunizations – Depending on where you’re traveling and what the conditions there are, you and your children may need a round of immunizations … [Read more...]

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