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Let’s face it. Staying sane in the age of remote work, social distancing, and makeshift homeschooling can feel like a challenge. Surfing the internet has gone from a fun pastime to a daily reminder of an invisible enemy we didn’t even know existed six months ago. Life has changed drastically, and there’s plenty of uncertainty at the moment. That’s why it’s more important than ever for parents to find ways to unplug and indulge in a little escapism.
Strict new directives in New York, Illinois, and California meant to slow the spread of COVID-19 have resulted in one in five Americans ordered to stay at home. If you’re like many across the country, you’re likely now juggling remote work and homeschooling children. Many schools have gone the extra mile to ensure kids get the support they need to pursue their studies uninterrupted.
From the lavender fields of France to the rice fields of Vietnam, the world contains incredible landscapes that must be seen to be believed. While we may not be able to travel right now, that doesn’t mean we can’t dream about some of the most gorgeous destinations on the planet. Take a moment to forget about social distancing, and get lost in these stunning travel photos and nature photos.
By Donna Bulseco
July 17, 2019 11:24 am ET, Wall Street Journal
VACATIONS TO FAR-FLUNG destinations let families experience other cultures, but “expanding your horizons” can be a tough sell when your brood includes a teen or two. Activities that delight a wide-eyed adolescent may appall a churlish elder sibling; teasing and bickering ensue, and Mom gets a migraine. Plus, ﬁtting some R & R into a week of cultural immersion isn’t the easiest equation to ﬁnesse. Link →
"We recently took a family trip to India arranged by Global Community. The travel was seamless and the coordination between Global Community and the local travel partners was flawless. They made traveling to this country extremely accessible, yet still allowed us to see the true side of India."
"We just returned from a fabulous 7-day trip to Rome and Florence. We were a group of 9 including 4 kids ages 10, 13, 14 and 15. Global CommUnity planned an itinerary that kept everyone involved and entertained.
I highly recommend Global Community for your next trip."
"Thank you for the incredible trip planning! Global CommUnity did an amazing job crafting a trip that was unique to my family. I enjoyed a week-long birthday celebration in Greece with my three grown daughters. Our time was so thoughtfully planned that all of us were able to be on vacation, fully present and connected."