Entrepreneur, mom, wife and lover of all things travel! I’ve turned my passion into my job and wake up everyday loving life!
Laura Berg is the President of My Smart Hands Inc, a company that teaches Baby Sign Language and now boasts over 200 instructors worldwide. Her book, The Baby Signing Bible (Avery/Penguin) has cemented her status as the go-to authority on Baby Sign Language. She is a professional speaker that shares her entrepreneurial journey with audiences around the world.
Laura also has a very successful YouTube channel with over 36 Million views and growing. Her channel includes baby signing, lifestyle, travel videos and more. Laura fell in love with travel at an early age and has continued to make travel a priority in her life. Laura has visited many countries and hundreds of destinations. She carries her passion for travel over to her popular travel website, Travelful Life, a blog about all things travel.
If the prospect of vacationing without your dog breaks your heart, cheer up traveling with Spot has never been easier. You will need to do some advance planning and thoughtful packing to ensure both y...
Flying is already enough of a hassle with long security lines, tiny seats and baggage limitations. There are things you can do to make your travels easier. You don't want to have your bag needlessly searched, your belongings stained or have something you overlooked confiscated. Keep these details in mind next time you pack your bag.
In French, the word souvenir means "to remember." In travel, the word souvenir often conjures up memories of cheesy tourist shops full of "Made in China" knick knacks. When searching for something to...
Trust yourself. If something does not seem right to you -- leave. Don't worry about being polite. Don't worry about looking foolish. Women who have found themselves in harrowing situations often say later that they wish they had listened to that queasy feeling.
Take a chance. If you travel for work or must take a trip for other reasons, go ahead and go alone. Yes, it can be a hassle to arrange childcare, pre-make dinners and all the rest of the stuff your family thinks just magically happens. Still, it's worth it. Traveling alone lets you remember who you were before you were the key cog in a family. You don't have to go to Australia to achieve this. They have wine in Pittsburgh, Toronto and Phoenix.