web analytics

3 Simple Tips For Traveling This Christmas With Kids

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. 

This Christmas we’re planning on doing some traveling. In fact I know that so many of you will hit the road this holiday season and travel to see your family a friends. The hardest part of traveling by car here in Southern California is that you so often will end up in traffic. Traffic can turn your normal 2 hour drive into 4 or 5 hours so it’s best that while traveling that you prepare ahead of time.

3 Simple Tips For Traveling This Christmas With Kids

  1. Use An App – If you find that you might be struck in traffic you traffic and travel Apps  to help you plan the best time to leave, the best route, etc. If you find yourself stuck in traffic you can also use the Apps to find another way to your destination.
  2. Be Prepared – I always say this when doing anything with kids. Prepare ahead of time, pack activities and things to do. Also it’s helpful to pack drinks and snacks you’ll be grateful for being prepared if you hit that holiday traffic.
  3. Prepare For Road Sickness – Our family live in the mountains and we live down by the beach. Living on the flat land my kiddos have a really hard time driving in the car in the moutons. I always prepare ahead with a motion sickness product like Reliefband®. 

Reliefband® is clinically proven, FDA Cleared wearable technology for the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, morning sickness and VR Gaming. It’s chemical free and an easy way to ensure your kiddos don’t get car sick this Christmas.

It seems almost everyone in our house suffers form some sort of motion sickness. For me I’m sensitive to planes and boats but my kiddos are even sensitive in the car. There’s nothing that ruins a road trip like motion sickness with my kids. This Christmas I’m traveling with our Reliefband®. It helps you feel better in minutes and you’ll find yourself have that stress free trip you always wished. 

This Christmas travel more comfortably with a product like the Reliefband®.

 

Are you traveling this Christmas? 

1 Comment

  1. shelly peterson on January 15, 2018 at 10:03 am

    I have never heard of Reliefband before. This sounds great and would be perfect for my older daughter. She gets car sick super easy.