Tanya Enberg
Tanya Enberg is a freelance writer, editor and co-founder of the website, ChicSavvyTravels.com

Tanya has also worked as a daily newspaper editor and nationally syndicated lifestyle columnist. She has been published in dozens of magazines and newspapers, and has appeared on Oh So Cosmo! on CosmoTV, Discovery Channel, the W Network, Rogers TV, CFRB 1010, 680 News and Iron Mike in the Morning on 97.7.

She also gives public talks about the power -- and importance -- of travel.

When not travelling, you can find Tanya running, playing volleyball and juggling multiple to-do lists. She credits licorice and Jujubes for helping her keep (sort of) sane.

Entries by Tanya Enberg

Lessons From the Life of Three-Year-Old Elijah Marsh

(14) Comments | Posted February 26, 2015 | 9:48 AM

There is no silver lining in the tragic death of three-year-old Elijah Marsh. We want one, oh how we want one. We want to know that the gorgeous toddler with the infectious smile didn't die in vain. We want a lesson to hold on to; This might help make sense...

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Seven Reasons to Explore Budget-Friendly Glasgow

(1) Comments | Posted May 26, 2013 | 11:13 AM

You'll find a fantastic mix of spectacular beauty and gritty urban appeal in Glasgow, Scotland. Sometimes overshadowed by the grandeur of Edinburgh -- from which Glasgow is just a short jaunt -- this quirky destination is teeming with cultural appeal, rich history and it's gentle on...

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Flying With a Baby: A First-Time Survival Guide

(4) Comments | Posted October 16, 2012 | 7:15 AM

The space is claustrophobic. And then there's the screaming -- a seemingly unstoppable sound so shrill it pierces your eardrums -- which is followed by the raw panic of knowing you can't escape.

For the next several hours, you're stuck in an oversized tin can travelling thousands of feet above...

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Baby and the Breast

(23) Comments | Posted May 2, 2012 | 10:12 AM

A woman's breasts are not sandwiches.

Nor are females cattle, sitting idle waiting for a milking.

Now, if we did share the same mental wiring as the mooing, grass-grazing set, none of us would grapple with the breastfeeding concept or wonder how to transition from seeing breasts as...

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Does Having Kids Mean the Death of Travel?

(3) Comments | Posted April 25, 2012 | 8:55 AM

Is traipsing through India, taste-testing grains in Morocco and hiking in Peru still doable once a child comes into the picture?

Why not? Then again, I haven't a real clue, now do I?

In fact, I may feel differently once our baby is born in June.


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