Disney Kids: How to Enjoy Disney with School Aged Kids

October 25th, 2016 Tags: disney travel
Disney Kids will love the Wilderness Explorers activity.“How on earth do you enjoy vacationing with your kids?” I get that question more often than not, and trust me, I get it. There are many, many occasions where Neil and I want to go away on our own (and we do), but, if I’m honest, I actually like traveling with my kids. Maybe it’s the Air Force brat in me, maybe I’m just a weirdo, but I love the get-up-and-go feeling of a vacation. In any case, I promised to write at least once a week about topics related to traveling with kids, specifically on a Disney vacation.[more ...]

5 Toddler Experiences in Walt Disney World

October 19th, 2016 Tags:
Sister Riding the Mad Tea Party at Walt Disney WorldOne of the biggest requests I get for my blog is to share with people my “secret” for taking kids to Walt Disney World. Whether it’s writing about our budget, what to pack, or what to do once we get there, I get asked to help folks a lot. Honestly, there is no real “secret,” but rather a conglomeration of plans that, once they are made, should help the vacation be more enjoyable for everyone. I plan to write a least once a week about topics related to traveling with kids on a Disney vacation (to the parks or cruise line because we’ve done both), so don’t hesitate to comment here, Facebook message, Tweet, or email me (sarahinthesuburbs@gmail.com) if you have a specific topic you want me to address.[more ...]

Surviving Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia

October 13th, 2016 Tags: frightfest sfoverga
Fright Fest 2016 at Six Flags Over GeorgiaI was invited by Six Flags Over Georgia to attend Fright Fest in exchange for my review of the event. All opinions and photos are mine. Last weekend, I was one of the lucky few invited to attend the first night of Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia. I hadn’t attended a Fright Fest event since my high school years, so it’s been a little while since I’ve seen what they’ve been up to. While scary events are not typically my thing, I was pleasantly surprised by how much fun I had on my recent visit.[more ...]

DIY Decorative Coffee Mug

October 7th, 2016 Tags: ad diy
Show off your completed DIY coffee mug.This post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. This post was sponsored by Starbucks as part of an Influencer Activation. I received compensation and complimentary products to facilitate my review. #StarbucksCaffeLatte #MyStarbucksatHome #CollectiveBias When did you fall in love with coffee? I have to admit, I was well into my 20s before I discovered this smooth, velvety elixir of life (took me long enough, right?). I got by during college all-nighters with other caffeinated sources caffeine, until someone finally properly sat me down and introduced me to a Starbucks® latte.[more ...]

Where to Stay in Orlando, Florida

September 30th, 2016 Tags: family trips
Where to Stay in Orlando FloridaThis is a sponsored conversation on behalf of Vacatia. All opinions are mine alone. As a traveling family that often takes multi-generational trips, we are always looking for the best places to stay that will work for everyone in our traveling party. Will we have enough room? What are the amenities like? Can we change our minds or book an extra room if more people decide to join us? These are just a few of the questions my husband and I often have at the forefront of our minds, and I find that it’s so helpful to have great resources to turn to for the answers.[more ...]
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