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The Wanderlust Blogger 0524-31

Limitless Possibilities

I had always loved traveling to new places, but "The Spark" that lit my soul on fire happened when I was pregnant with my daughter in 2010. My love for Italy was instant, from the moment of my very first visit. I knew without a doubt that I would be back. Not only have I made it back, but I have also brought my family along for the adventure. I will show you how I did it.

Traveling doesn’t have to cost your entire bank account.  It’s ALL about choices and being CONTENT with the fact that you don’t have to do it all in one vacation. Don't trick yourself into thinking traveling with family is scary. It can be fun!

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Learn all the secrets about traveling with family, and on a budget. Traveling with kids can be an amazing life lesson for the. You can mindfully plan trips on your bucket list. Get ready to learn! I'm notorious for packing free goodies in my posts. 

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Pasta Making Class in Italy with Kids

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