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Keryn is a freelance writer and digital influencer living outside of Washington, DC. Her work has been featured in Travel Age West magazine, Thrillist.com, ParentMap Magazine, Travelocity.com, TravelMindset.com, and many more print and digital publications looking for quality, well-researched content. Keryn launched Walking On Media, LLC, as the parent company to WalkingOnTravels.com, as well as digital influencer projects where Keryn works with destinations and brands to create an authentic message that resonates with millennial and Gen X travelers, especially moms who don’t want to let go of their travel dreams. In 2017, Keryn launched Twist Travel magazine, a print and digital magazine that helps parents design a travel inspired life by bringing travel back into the home through décor, personal style, kid gear, and of course, getting out and seeing the world.

Most days you can find Keryn dragging the three men in her life across the globe or writing on her award-winning travel website Walking On Travels, a site that gives hope to today’s active parent who doesn’t see kids as a roadblock to travel, but an excuse to get out the door and explore. Keryn has laughed at the naysayers by bringing her boys to far off lands like China, Hong Kong, Japan, Hawaii, back and forth across the USA, Mexico, Canada and Europe. Keryn loves to encourage families to take that first step out the door, the hardest step of all.

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10 International Tour Packages to Book for your family this Year

While you can structure international tours for your family on your own, they take a lot of time and energy. If you pick the right international travel packages, you will also get an insider’s look at the destination, and access to local sights you might miss were you to plan the trip on your own. Jody at Ireland Family Vacations offers travel planning assistance as well as guided tours of Ireland. Oku Japan offers several food, village and walking tours, but it’s their family tour that has us the most excited this year.

What to do in the Norfolk Virginia NEON District

Things to do in Norfolk,VA If you love French baguettes, you don’t want to pass La Brioche as you tour the NEON. Jump on a Norfolk Tour Company NEON tour with Joshua Weinstein, the expert in all things history, art and culture in Norfolk, VA. The NEON Festival happens once per year in October, celebrating the neighborhoods, local and international artists, as well as the Norfolk community. Nighttime public art tours led by Norfolk Tour Company will dive into the history of the NEON District, as well as the current and new art going up in the area.

25 Secrets to Baby Travel You Need to Know Before Your Next Trip

Road trips get a little trickier since you have to keep the baby in a car seat (planes too if you buy a plane seat and bring your car seat onboard, at least during take off and landing). You cannot bring your baby stroller, car seat or travel crib onto the airplane. 5 Best Baby Travel Products to invest in Baby travel products you do want to invest in and bring on your trips include a travel crib, reliable stroller that you can carry with one hand, car seat, diaper bag and a baby carrier. Ever since my best friend was in a horrific accident with her son, and his car seat is the only thing that saved his life, my boys have stayed in a five-point harness car seat and then an uber booster seat well beyond when their friends were out of one.

How to Tackle the Ring of Kerry Drive in Ireland with Kids

But many people don’t realize that the drive is long if you don’t plan your time accordingly It’s also possible to town hop, staying in Killarney one night and Kenmore a second night to break up the drive. We highly recommend you take two weeks to do the entire route, but if your time is limited, the Ring of Kerry is a great place to get some of the best scenery, historic sights and cultural experiences in southern Ireland. It’s a great place to let the kids run wild while you catch your breath or to get a bit of sun on a summer’s afternoon.