Each year, we climb up onto the kitchen chair to pull the Christmas tree box down from the cupboard, trying not to drop it on our heads. Dusting off the star and finding the left arm of the angel, we hang multi-coloured balls by string and miniature macaroni houses (last year’s Grade 4 project) from the tree and always run out of tinsel.
Heading away on a ski trip certainly takes a lot more planning than jetting off on your usual holiday (trust me, it’s easier to learn from someone else’s mistakes!).
From my experience of these trips, mostly during overseas travel, I’ve learned there’s a lot to think about before you get anywhere close to the mountain. Read more about ‘Planning a snow adventure – as easy as one, two, ski!’
Here comes the story of the hurricane.
No, this isn’t a Bob Dylan song, it’s an ode to Cyclone Dylan – and who better to tell it than our hotels on the ground? Here’s what I found out today when Peter, Raul, Erin and Dixon revealed how they survived Dylan, with a few extra stories and household tips thrown in that all of us should take a moment to read, rinse and repeat in our own homes. Read more about ’4 Lessons Learned From Cyclone Dylan’
It’s a tough job planning the perfect holiday for all members of the family – especially when it’s as large as ours. As they say, you can’t please all of the people all of the time. But if you want to please most of the people most of the time, here are a few tips. Read more about ’10 Top tips for a stress-free family holiday’