Three Best iPhone Apps for Trip Budgeting

Trip budgeting can be tricky, especially if you’re trying to do it for an entire family. While you can certainly use a spreadsheet or even the good ol’ pen and paper method, there are a variety of apps that are incredibly helpful for trip budgeting and are, of course, easy to pack and take along with you. All of these apps are helpful for everday budgeting as well, as they tell you how (and how quickly) you are spending your allotted money. Here are my top three.

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Five Best Places to Get a Sweet Treat in Paris

As if spending time in Paris weren’t sweet enough, here are my suggestions for the top five places to score a delectably unforgettable sweet treat in the City of Lights.

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Exploring Your Travel Priorities

When a new year rolls around, I always take time to reflect on my travel priorities for the upcoming year. I’ve found that if I do this, I end up being more satisfied with my travel experiences. At the very least, I discover things about myself and the way I approach travel (and the world, in general). I also sit down with my family and we talk about our collective travel priorities for the upcoming year. As my daughter gets older, I hope this will help her become a more mindful traveler and take more control over her travel experiences. Here are some elements to consider as you reflect on your own travel priorities for 2013.

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Five New York Street Foods Your Kids Will Love

There’s no shortage of culinary culture in New York. In fact, you need not go to a 5-star restaurant to experience some of the city’s tastiest treats. Here are five New York street foods your kids are sure to love.

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Five Essentials for Traveling with Small Children

Whether you’re taking a road trip or an international flight, traveling with young children can be both a challenge and a joy. Here are five things to bring with you to add more points to the “joy column” when traveling with youngsters.

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