It can induce anxiety, just the thought of packing up a family (especially one with young children) and getting them through security and to your destination with luggage intact. These tried-and-true tips from organizing guru and Secrets of an Organized Mom author Barbara Reich will help you skirt disaster.
By Elisha Goldstein
Author of Mindfulness Meditations for the Anxious Traveler
The holidays are upon us, and for many people that means trains, planes, and automobiles. One of the companions often traveling with us (and one we’d rather not have along) is anxiety. The holidays are stressful enough, but tacking on transportation always seems to amp it up.
By Deborah Goldstein
Road trips with teens and preteens are fairly easy. As long as they can text and snack, they’re mostly self-contained. Younger children, however, don’t tolerate long rides with the same enviable apathy. For little ones, you’ll need some ammo. Here are 10 strategies to help you get from here to there this holiday season, relatively stress-free.