My Mont Tremblant Summer Family Trip

Why You Need to Book Your Own Mont Tremblant Summer Family Trip This summer when planning our family road trip I wanted to stay within Canada. There is so much of this beautiful country to see and well…our dollar. Staying in Canada was the best choice on many counts. A Mont Tremblant summer family trip ...

Why It’s Time to Book Your #DaysInnBizcation Work Retreat

Is it Time For Your Corporate Retreat? Building my corporation into a successful global practice hasn’t always been easy. For over 8 years I have navigated through the storms and celebrated the successes, and all from the basement of my home. Surrounded by unfolded laundry and toys. I am the definition of the “Work at Home ...

Fun Things For Kids To Do In Martha’s Vineyard – Part 2

When I was planning our trip to Martha’s Vineyard I was looking forward to experiencing the road trip and amazing beaches with my kids. As I mentioned I wanted the ocean and I wanted the kids to have a blast. I did my research on fun things for kids to do in Martha's Vineyard before arriving ...

Traveling to Martha’s Vineyard with Kids – Part 1

Our summer family trip this year was to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. While traveling to Martha's Vineyard with kids may not be the top of everyone's list it was a family vacation I took as a child and still have vivid memories of the fun my family and I had. We decided this summer rather than ...

My Visit to the Grand Hotel in Stockholm Sweden

I had the absolute pleasure of staying at the five-star Grand Hotel in Stockholm, on my recent trip to Sweden. Opened in 1872, this centrally located luxury hotel sits right on the water, with easy boat access and walking distance to the NationalMuseum, the old town of Gamla Stan, and faces Sweden’s Royal Palace. Home ...

The Canyon Suites Hypoallergenic Rooms

I had the pleasure of staying at The Phoenician in Scottsdale Arizona for the Mom 2.0 Summit. Having this resort as the backdrop for this amazing annual mommy blogger/brand event was icing on the cake. Conferencing poolside is the only way to do it, right? Just a short 9-mile drive from the airport – thank ...

Protect Your Sleep While Conferencing Your Butt Off

As I approach a busy conference and travel season I already anticipate the one thing that gets neglected - my sleep. With flights to catch, early morning breakfasts and keynotes, unfamiliar sleep environments and beds, and many a late night networking and catching up with colleagues, my sleep is ignored. I don’t know about you ...

Our Favourite Travel Sleep Products

It's always best to be prepared when travelling with your little one and restful sleep when away is one thing you want to make sure you pack for. A common question we are asked by parents is "how can we make sleep better for our children when we are away?" The best travel sleep products ...

By | December 9th, 2014|Categories: Baby Sleep, Bedtime, Sleep and Travel - #GoodNightTravel|Tags: |2 Comments

How to Prepare Your Child to Sleep at Camp

I spoke with Kim Graydon from Glen Bernard Camp on how to prepare your child to sleep at camp. Mom and dad need to prepare as well :-)   Subscribe to Good Night Sleep TV here to be kept up-to-date on all upcoming shows. Alanna McGinn is a Certified Sleep Consultant and Founder of Good Night Sleep ...

By | December 7th, 2014|Categories: Resources, Sleep and Travel - #GoodNightTravel, TV|Tags: |0 Comments

How Your Family Can Sleep Better When Traveling

Knowing how to sleep better when traveling is key in your next successful family trip. It can be tough to stay well-rested while traveling with your family. A change in your childs sleep environment and routine along with missed naps and bedtimes can lead to sleep debts for all. It's much easier to sleep better when ...

By | June 28th, 2014|Categories: Resources, Sleep and Travel - #GoodNightTravel, TV|Tags: , |0 Comments