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A Journey’s End

A Journey’s End

I initially was going to report on our most recent trip to Mexico and the all the things that went right, wrong and our second experience with SCUBA. But before we get to that, a near 20-year journey has come to an end and we couldn’t be happier. My first paid reporting job was in […]

The Art of the Carry-On

We here at No Kids like to think we have mastered the art of the carry-on. We know there are those who hear our words of advocacy and will never know its truth, but we promise the word of the carry-on is less is more. More time, less hassle, fewer fees. I can’t remember the last time we went […]

Flying Rights

Flying Rights

I know we touched on this topic a bit last year in our post A Flying First as we described some of the pitfalls of air travel in the winter months. This weekend’s blizzard on the east coast of the U.S. led to the cancellation of thousands of flights and the complete closure of some airports, […]

A Civil Rights Tour of Washington, DC

A Civil Rights Tour of Washington, DC

I was raised in a politically conscious household. Both of my parents, who grew up near Washington, DC, marched for various causes in the 60s from ending the U.S. involvement in Vietnam to Civil Rights.  I grew up with tales of great civil rights leaders like Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as bedtime stories. […]

A Tale of Tastes

A Tale of Tastes

We talk a lot about getting an authentic travel experience by getting to know the places and people of the culture we’re visiting, but we don’t always live up to that standard. The biggest example for me is food. I like what I like and there isn’t much else to say.  Still, I’m willing to try anything, […]

New Year’s Confession

I am going to admit this right off the bat, I’m kind of phoning this post in.  The year has been a long one and I’m exhausted and need a little bit of a mental break. We had a typical New Year’s Eve, for us anyway. I got home after a long day at work, watched […]

Free Doesn’t Mean Easy

Free Doesn’t Mean Easy

Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it’s easy. You may remember a blog post from a few months ago where Amanda and I got separated on our flight back from the Bahamas. I chose to be bumped off the flight for a credit of $800. We knew this would make our next vacation even more affordable. But, […]

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