Gone With My BabiesSolo Mom Travel
Taking on the World, One City at a Time
I’ve been traveling solo with my daughters since 2016. We love exploring new cities, camping, hiking, and trying new food everywhere we go. I’m going to show you that travel is possible with your kids, even when you don’t have someone to come along with you and your kids. I’m happy you’re here and I hope you stick around to learn valuable tips and to browse fun destinations that are great for solo mom travelers!
On this weeks Traveling Mom spotlight is Alisa from Our Light Travels. She's a single mom who is currently starting her journey to full-time travel with her sons! Let's get started! Can you tell me a little bit about yourself? My name is Alisa and I’m a single mom...
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family. Hey I’m Laura - mama of the family, my hubby is Tabes and we have three children; Joshua is 8, Holly who’s 6 and our youngest Natalie is 4. We sold everything we owned at the end of 2019 for an adventure around the...
In this installment of the Traveling Mom Spotlight, I interview Christina Riley. Christina is the mother of Charlotte, a full-time travel writer, and the owner of popular niche travel site, NC Tripping. Let's start with you introducing yourself and your family. My...
Sam's 11 Types of Trips To Take With Kids
As an avid traveler, I’m always looking for new types of travel to experience with my girls. We favor beach trips and historic, walkable towns, but there are so many others ways we explore this world together. For your next trip, you can mix things up by trying one of these 11 types of travel!
Some destinations I write about here are fan favorites. You can read about the Gone With My Babies community favorite travel destinations below!
Charleston, South Carolina
The Outer Banks, NC
Sam’s 27 Ways For Moms To Save Money For Travel
1. Kick Your Habits
One of the hardest things for most people is to stop spending money on you unhealthy habits. They hold us back from our money saving goals.
2. Side Hustle Time
This can be as simple or complex as you want it to be. If you think you don’t have the necessary skill, you’re wrong. The knowledge is at your fingertips!
3. No Spend Weekends
If cutting out spending on all of your “wants” seems way too hard, you could try starting out with a no spend weekend.