Adventures by Disney {New England Pin Set}

I always tell my clients that the biggest hurdle with Adventures by Disney is actually having “Disney” in the name. People want to immerse themselves in the world’s most iconic destinations, NOT in Disney characters, Mickey balloons and bottomless popcorn buckets. :-) Well, I promise – there is only one Disney-fied thing on Adventures by… Read More

Passport To Your National Parks {Information, Tips & Tricks}

We love recording our visits to National Parks in the Passport to Your National Parks. This small, spiral bound travelogue easily fits in your backpack and is a wonderful way to track your visits and memories of our national parks. The passport is organized by region and provides space for stamps and stickers in each region.… Read More

Adventures by Disney {New England Guide Pics}

There are countless things I love about Adventures by Disney, but one is that they go out of their way to capture YOUR family’s moments and memories during your trip. The last evening of every Adventures concludes with a photo montage of the week. Then, those photos are provided to the guests to download when… Read More

New Jersey {Princeton: Jammin Crepes, Thunder Lacrosse, Dinner in Philly}

Well, all good trips do come to an end. We spent our last day in Princeton primarily cheering on Thunder ATL. We enjoyed Jammin Crepes on the sideline, unable to resist their yummy goodness even as much as we like trying new things. We flew in and out of Philly and made our requisite stop… Read More

New Jersey {Princeton: Jammin’ Crepes, Thunder Lacrosse, Hoagie Haven, Princeton Cemetery}

We were up and at em early for our full day in Princeton. Jammin’ Crepes Our first order of business was breakfast at Jammin’ Crepes. I love local gems and love the delicious mission of this one: a celebration of our local, regional farms wrapped in a crêpe with an ever-changing menu that highlights the… Read More

New Jersey {Cape May: Lighthouse & Lobster House to Princeton: Exploring & Blue Point}

We woke up to another stunning Cape May morning. I was already feeling sad about leaving the moment I cracked my eyes open! The boys slept in Honey and I headed out for one last coffee on the shore. Eventually, we moved from the rockers at Congress Hall to a bench in Washington Street Mall.… Read More