Optimize Vacation Tips

by Lori


Optimize Vacation Tips

By: Lori Thayer

Have you been waiting all year for a big vacation? I know I’ve been looking forward to our week away for months. Many hours are spent dreaming and imaging how much fun you will have while you are away from work. Today’s post highlights 4 articles full of vacation tips to optimize your vacation planning.

The first step to a fabulous vacation is dreaming it up. This first article has some ideas to help your family brainstorm and find a vacation you will all love. Also included are ideas for where to stay and even a great resource to help you prepare and pack for your tip.

Planning A Family Vacation - Ready to start planning your family vacation? Where to go, where to stay and what to bring, we’ll cover it all.

Technology can make trip preparation a breeze. This next article highlights apps and websites that will aid your in preparing for your trip.

Technology Travel Tips: Preparing For Your Trip - Travel tips on how to use technology to better plan your vacation and store your travel documents. Tech tips to save you time.

Traveling by car to your destination? This next article highlights what to bring to prevent the natives (and by natives I mean the kids) from becoming restless. Travel games should be a highlight of any family road trip. We highlight several as well as a few other ideas for entertainment on the road. Please turn off the DVD player for a while and create some family memories.

A Better Family Road Trip - Prepare for the family road trip. What should be nearby and how to keep the kids entertained.
Use technology to have a better trip. In this article you’ll find tips for the airport, navigating around a strange city, entertaining yourself on the airplane and finding a good deal in the city you are visiting.

Technology Travel Tips: During Your Trip  - Travel tips on how to use technology to save time, money and frustration.

Share your best vacation tips in the comments below. We want to learn from your experiences!

Disclosure: Please note that some of the links on this site are affiliate links and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links. These are all resources that I am recommending because they are helpful and are companies that I trust, not because of the commissions that I may earn from you using these products. Please do not spend money unless you really need the resource and it will help you reach your goals.

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Lori Thayer is passionate about finding ways to optimize life. As a step-mom of two teenagers, a full-time software tester and a momprenuer she knows how busy life can be. She is dedicated to finding ways to be more efficient and find tools to optimize life so that she can spend more time enjoying life with her family. She loves to hike, camp, read, learn about energy, wellness and online marketing as well as singing karaoke with her husband on the xbox at home.
  • Genevieve

    Hey Lori!

    Great tips! I really like the technologic one! :)

    Just wanted to say that your website design is a bit overcharged (I don’t know if I can say that in english but in french, it means that there’s to much item). I don’t mean to be rude, but see, If you clear it a bit, it would be so much more “readable”.Tell me if I can help!

    G.

    • http://lorithayer.com Lori Thayer

      I appreciate the feedback. Thanks.

  • Leanne Chesser

    Great job interlinking your posts and featuring them like this. I like your family road trip post! Brought back all kinds of memories :). 

    • http://lorithayer.com Lori Thayer

      Thanks, it’s fun to remember what we appreciate from the road trips we took as a child and a good reminder that the kids don’t need to be “entertained” with a video all the time.

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