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Summer is family travel season and whether you’re packing up for a solo business trip, loading the cooler for a camping weekend or wondering how to keep a toddler occupied on a plane, Traveling Mom is a must-read. Look for product reviews, traveling tips, great deals, destination info and oh, so much more. (My favorite tip: pack a power strip when you travel. GENIUS.)
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Summer is family travel season and whether you’re packing up for a solo business trip, loading the cooler for a camping weekend or wondering how to keep a toddler occupied on a plane, Traveling Mom is a must-read. Look for product reviews, traveling tips, great deals, destination info and oh, so much more. (My favorite tip: pack a power strip when you travel. GENIUS.)

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