Last week, our summer rental discussion sparked a lot of interest with our readers. Getting away for the summer for at least a month or so can be truly invigorating. Of course, a vacation of a few days, a week or two will rejuvenate the soul. However, summering away in a rental can broaden your horizon, help create more cultured children, settle frazzled nerves and more. If you have a major home renovation you’ve been putting off, you can certainly arrange to have it done during your summer away to avoid disturbing your daily activities.
We’ve entertained the idea of starting to summer away again. It was apart of our past, but life got in the way. Years have passed. It’s time to live again. Summering along the Californian coast or overseas in London or Paris might be just what the doctor ordered to keep our minds focused and fresh.
While summer rentals received a nice little discussion, the farm-to-table discussion received a lot of interested on Twitter.
As we mentioned in the article, the farm-to-table concept is not a new one. It is just more widespread than ever. It does not matter whether you are eating at home, a night out on the town or while traveling, you should be able to enjoy a healthy meal. Most importantly, your children should also be able to enjoy a healthy meal beyond the junk typically offered on a children’s menu.
Another article receiving a lot of twitter attention this week is our Daytona Beach article. Even though this article was written the week prior. We have not been to Daytona in years and we are excited to hear there is the possibility of a planned turtle release. Fingers crossed it actually takes place during our visit.
Stay tuned for our trip recap as we discuss our visit and what Daytona Beach can offer your family as far as vacations.
In all actuality, we are very excited about our on-going discussion on Raising Global Children. We are embarking upon our premiere week of the discussion. We sincerely hope you will consider joining the discussion. It is such a benefit to our children… and to us, as parents.
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