My Toddler Has Had 47 Homes in Two Years
My daughter Audrey is two years old and she’s lived in thirty-three states, forty-seven cities, and one foreign country. She has had her feet in both oceans, hiked the Grand Canyon, and traveled in planes, trains and automobiles. Until a few weeks ago, she’s never lived in a permanent “home.” And it’s one of the best decisions we ever made.
You Won’t Believe What Airbnb’s Most Popular Rental Is
It’s not even technically a house, yet it’s the company’s most wish-listed property.
How to Travel With a Teen or Tween (and Stay Sane)
Helpful advice from a mom and daughter who traveled to 20 cities in six months—and still talk to each other.
8 Essential Steps to Degerm a Hotel Room
Leery of what might be lurking on that bedspread? You probably should be. Microbiologist Philip M. Tierno, Ph.D., a professor of microbiology at the New York University School of Medicine, in New York City, helps fend off the filth. (Warning: This is not for the faint of heart.)