Have the Best Vacation Flight

Planning for the perfect flying experience can seem unimportant in the scheme of things when going on a trip. You plan out what you’re going to do when you get to your destination, so why not the flight also? Trust me, planning for your travel time will make your vacation even more relaxing.

Check-in Early Using Apps

Unless you’re checking a bag, having check-in done can take a lot of stress off the whole airport experience. (If you are checking a bag skip early check-in. Why spend twice the time doing the same thing?) My husband and I usually only take “personal items” (purses, backpacks, etc.) or carry-ons on trips so using our airline’s app works great for us and keeps us up-to-date on exact arrival/departure times and delays. It is also hand to have our tickets on the app so we don’t have to worry about which pocket it is in or if we lost it. Overall, using the app keeps us organized and already in vacation mode. Read More


Flying with Kids: 5 Things You Need to Bring

Reading the title of this blog post you are probably already exhausted. Flying with kids is not easy. It is hard to predict how long they are going last before they have a melt down and to increase the situation, you are in a confined space with a hundred strangers judging your every parenting move.

Here are some things I brought a long to make our recent flight a little easier. Read More

Go To Trip Secrets

Traveling by air can be convenient, but sometimes it can be stressful. Here are some of our go-to trip secrets that could help you before you next flight.


Keep It Simple

When I travel for business, I try to keep things simple. I try to bring a similar color scheme of clothing so I can limit the shoes I need to bring. If you can limit the number of shoes it is always a win since they take up the most room.


Have A To Do List for the Plane

Not all the flights I go on have WiFi. A must for me is to have a to do list to do during the flight. As a working mom, time is very, very precious to me. I use this time to catch up on work reports, blog posts, grocery lists, and weekly planning. Read More