You get quite a bit of information from me on this site – things like recipes, retro styles, family things, and even articles on travel. And I love, love, love that you are here!! However, if you haven’t popped over to read my freelance travel articles on the TravelingMom website, you’ve probably missed quite a bit of useful information! And because we are growing to be quite a tight knit community, I want to make sure that you never miss a helpful tip from me!
What is TravelingMom?
TravelingMom.com is a website made up of different traveling moms from across the globe. There are traveling grandmoms, road warrior moms, frequent flyer moms, moms of kids with allergies, and so much more all contributing to this one site!
I have grown to be known as the “Retro TravelingMom”(Of course, right?). As a specialist in my area of travel, I post tips on this site about the great locations I’ve visited and share helpful “been there” style information for all of you – my like-minded readers who get giddy at the sight of a giant roadside attraction and who would choose a diner for dinner because you love to sit along a row of brightly colored bar stools.
Because traveling with kids (or traveling while leaving them with a sitter) can pose a different set of travel obstacles, I feel that it is extremely valuable to have this resource of other traveling mothers. It has been a joy to publish my articles to this site over the last two years and I hope you will also find the same value in the site that I have.
Retro TravelingMom – My Top Five Most Loved Articles
Over my years on TravelingMom.com, I’ve spilled out a ton of great information that I feel bad you might have missed. While I would love to say that it does, sometimes this great same information never makes it onto my own site. So, for those of you who enjoy reading my articles about traveling as a retro family, here are my top five most read posts from the TravelingMom website.
This article takes a look at my favorite places to explore or grab a bite to eat in the beautiful city of Sarasota, Florida. Some of these places include an aquarium where I met an entertaining crab, where you can find a #1 rated beach, a tip on finding amazing street food, and several places you can visit in the area that shimmers with that eclectic retro vibe we all love.
This was one of my favorite places to explore because it wasn’t at all what I had expected. Here we found the roads filled with golf carts in lieu of traditional vehicles, chairs swinging over piles of sand buddied up to one of the areas hoping daytime bars, and a beautiful landscape of rock met in perfect harmony with the open lake water. We’ll tell you where to go to experience it all.
I might be biased, but Michigan is one of my favorite states to explore. During our travels, we’ve found the state of Michigan to be made up of not only beautiful natural landscapes but also interesting attractions and yes, even some retro-themed attractions. Here is a list we made of our top 10 summer travel destinations to visit throughout the state of Michigan.
If you have any to add – be sure to comment on the post with your thoughts!
This was a super fun article to write and even more fun to research! When I arrived in Ann Arbor, I had no clue the adventures that waited for me! This article spells out where you can find amazing adventures such as taking a flight in a 1945 World War II era C-47 transport plane, dine at a real vintage diner, or visit a location from a movie.
Again, a great spot to visit in Michigan. This article takes a closer look at one of Michigans untapped treasures – the small city of Chelsea. Find out why I chose to write about the area and why it captured my heart.
Like these articles? Be sure to stick around on TravelingMom and check out some of the other great articles contributed by travel loving moms from all different genres. I know I have personally learned so much from this huge database of momma knowledge!