This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Relocating for a job can be stressful on the whole family. Uprooting your family from one area to another brings with it a wide range of potential problems to stressful situations to work through. From enrolling the kids in a new school to planning your commute to the new job each day, you have enough to worry about without stressing over the actual moving process itself. These simple moving tips when you are relocating for work can help make the transition as painless and easy as possible.
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Family travel can be exhilarating and is a prime opportunity to make memories with your kids. However, when you travel long term with your kids like I do, sometimes momma just needs a break. Am I right? Of course I am. After all, "Mother knows best." That said, carving out that ever important "me time" can prove challenging when the very environment of long term travel away from the house generally puts you in the same room as your children 24 hours a day. What's a tired and worn out wandering mom to do when her nomads in training start wearing on her last nerve? Below are some of my tips for staying sane and freeing up some time for yourself when on the road with your family.
I'll admit, the boys and I have never really done much for Mother's Day. Normally, we are on the road traveling, and it is honestly more of an afterthought. While I always make sure to send my mom a gift, it just was never a day that we did much for. This year however, I was lucky enough to be invited to attend Disney Social Media Moms Celebration, so we will be at Disney World this Mother's Day! My oldest son is with me for a special mother son trip to also celebrate his 16th birthday. We arrived on Tuesday, and it has already been a truly magical trip, which led me to ask the question, how are you spending Mother's Day this year?