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Memorable Milestones Event Planning: Turning Celebrations into Lifetime Memories
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"I cannot begin to thank you enough for your time, talent and experience in helping us with the Winter Blues ball. People could not stop talking about how incredible everything looked." Karen McGrath
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Check out our Summer Celebrations board on Pinterest for some great tips and ideas to throwing one more summer celebration! http://ow.ly/PxsO302PbwH
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Need help with your fall wedding? It's not too late to hire a day of coordinator. Call us today! 302-383-3294
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"Enjoy the wedding day planning not just the wedding day destination." - Donna Duffy
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7 Stress-Free Tips for Traveling With Your Tots and Teens in Tow: Tip 7. Enjoy the Journey! Relax and enjoy your time away as much as everyone else. Is that possible when you're traveling with little kids or teenagers? Yes! Make sure your journal and favorite books are tucked in your bags. Grab early morning time for yourself, take a walk along the beach, get a sitter and go have coffee with your spouse or a friend you've not seen for awhile. Make sure you take home more than just laundry. Especially as the mom, you need to take some time for yourself so that you return home refreshed and not worn out.
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7 Stress-Free Tips for Traveling With Your Tots and Teens in Tow: Tip 6. Remember what time it is. If you travel across time zones, even from the East to West Coast, keep one watch on your local time and change the other to your time back home. When we traveled from the Middle East, I had to remember that my kids' schedules were upside down and keeping track of what time their bodies still thought it was helped me through those transitional days.
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7 Stress-Free Tips for Traveling With Your Tots and Teens in Tow: Tip 4. Capture the memories. Ticket stubs, pictures, postcards and souvenirs are some of the trinkets that lend themselves to our family scrapbook over the years. But it's the stories that kids love as we relive the memories and "see" those places from each other's eyes. Even places they were too young to remember visiting are stamped in their passports and are part of their personal journey and history.
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7 Stress-Free Tips for Traveling With Your Tots and Teens in Tow: Tip 3. Take advantage of the teachable moments. As you travel, your kids can get a great education as they take in the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of the places you visit. Walking and taking the bus, eating in local restaurants, trying new things, hearing different languages, visiting historic and fun places are things kids remember for years to come.
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7 Stress-Free Tips for Traveling With Your Tots and Teens in Tow: Tip 2: Be ready for anything. Travel with a duffel bag rolled up inside your suitcase in case you need another bag in a hurry. My daughter was trying to be "helpful" during one of our connections between cities. We were already running against the clock and had to be sure we had all of our bags and belongings. She saw our bag as it came around on the luggage carousel and decided to pull it to the floor. It caught on the carousel and tore open. Without skipping a beat, I grabbed the rolled up duffel bag that was inside, transferred the contents to the new bag and chucked the torn one in the trash on the way to our connecting flight-which we caught on time.
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