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10 Tips For Traveling With Teens And Tweens

And when they share those things — when you let them — you both can learn.

Teens notice things. When you encourage them to look up from their screens. And it’s probably not the same things that you will notice. It is fun seeing the world through their eyes. Through their filters. You, as the ever-protective parent, will still be surveying the area like a ninja anticipating all potential threats, danger zones and subway gaps. They, on the other hand, will be the first to notice the cool guy with the colorful hair and anywhere that sells ice cream or the latest sneakers. I will continue to advocate travel with your potentially temperamental teen. But there are ways to make it easier. For you. And your teen.

I can assure you that all of the following tips on how to enjoy traveling with your teen have been field tested. Thoroughly. We have experienced lots of trials. And errors. Every moment of every trip has not gone swimmingly. But that’s just life with a teen. And tweens, to be honest. It’s a gentle balance of lowering expectations while raising them at the same time. Let me explain.

Name for my characters in my story?

Girl #1
-Personality: Confident, brave, but at the same time nurturing and stylish
-Appearance: Silky chocolate brown hair, brown eyes, a bit shorter than other girls
-Additional details: She lives in Malibu, CA with her father who


1. Emma

2. Annie/ Anna

3. Georgie

good luck! hope i helped!


Girl 1 Melody :)

Girl 2: I'd say.. Maybe Jillian

And girl 3: Allison :)

I hope this helped you :) The names that came to my head :)


girl 1 pixie

girl 2 silvia

girl 3 hazel