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Thursday, 31 May 2018

Planning extended family vacations and keeping your tweens happy

Does an extended family vacation have to be a nightmare? Apparently not, if you follow these tips from Brit + Co to make a trip with the whole gang a less painful experience. You may want to begin by assigning rooms in advance and get the fighting out of the way early. As hurtful as it may sound, they tell us to try to accommodate everyone’s ages, needs, and interests by offering them plenty of options for activities. Don’t be embarrassed to ask everyone to pitch in as extended family vacations can be budget friendly through bulk discounts and splitting bills. Yet somehow we need to do all this and try to relax. This is a vacation, not a job,” they tell us. They’ve definitely convinced us to go without an extended family vacation.

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