Friday Five {no. 5}: Ideas for the Week and Life

Here are five things I am loving and doing this week to inspire yours:

Where to Donate ANYTHING in San Francisco

I love to clean out and declutter, but how do you find a good home for all your items that you used to love, but can no longer use?  We love the Salvation Army and Goodwill, but a lot of times there are items they don’t take (ie. office supplies or construction materials) or sometimes I want to support smaller organizations that can better maximize the items I am donating.  Here is a listing of where to donate absolutely anything in San Francisco.

And if you are looking for tips on decluttering with your kids, check out my blog post here.

Friday Five {no.4}: Ideas for the Week and Life

Here are five things I am loving and doing this week:

Why Jordan Should be on Your Wanderlust Bucket List

I didn’t know much about Jordan until some friends of ours did a tour of the middle east.  After looking at their pictures of Jordan and reading a little more about it, I knew I wanted to go.  Check out pictures from our trip there, and get ready to add it to your list too.

Friday Five {no. 3}: Ideas for the Week and Life

Here are five things I am loving and doing this week:

Kid Friendly San Francisco Events: March 2017

Spring is here and with it comes baseball, flowers, and a TON of fun kid-friendly events in San Francisco.  Read on for the most kid friendly events in San Francisco for March 2017.

Five Things You Should Do On Every Trip

Every place you visit is different and every trip is different.  Some trips are for relaxing (ie. Hawaii), some are for activity (ie. hiking in Wyoming), some are for sight seeing (ie. Paris).  But there are five things that we do on every trip and you should too.  Here they are:

Hope Post Kids Friday Five {no. 2}: Ideas For the Week and Life

Here are five things I am loving and doing this week:

3 Days In Death Valley With Kids: What To See and Do

If you read my post last week, you are excited to plan your trip to Death Valley, but what should you do?  Death Valley is huge (the largest National Park in the lower 48) and you can spend days exploring if you want to see everything.  If you want to see just the top highlights you need at least 2-3 days (assuming you are staying in the park, so have less driving).  Here is an ideal itinerary for Death Valley With (or Without) Kids (all distances are round trip):

Day 1: Badwater Area
Day 2: StovePipe Wells
Day 3: Northern Death Valley

Hope Post Kids Friday Five {no. 1}

Here are five things I am loving and doing this week: