Nasreen Stump, Road Warrior TravelingMom

Nasreen Stump, Road Warrior TravelingMom

Nasreen Stump is the married mother to a 12 year old boy, a 5 year old girl, and a 3 year old girl. Nasreen specializes in business travel, pregnant travel, and travel with children of varying ages. Nasreen travels weekly as a sales person for a coffee company when she isn't writing travel. Addicted to social media she shares her adventure on the road with those back home. She is back in Texas after 10 years in the Northeast.


Moon Travel Guides and Your National Park Adventure- May 1 #TMOM Twitter Party

It’s time to venture into the great outdoors and explore one of our nation’s treasures- the National Park System. With the help of Moon Travel Guides, we will chat National Park travel, tips and planning hints on our Monday, May 1, 2017 twitter party – save the date and join us! May 1, 2017 #TMOM Twitter Party – National Park Travel with Moon Travel Guides A great travel guide can be the literal saving grace in your pocket on a trip. While many trips can be researched online (hence why we’re here), National Park trips can be remote, Carrying...

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Electronics Ban Makes Long Haul Travel a Little More Painful

Imagine getting ready to board a 13 hour flight with small children, only to be told that the only electronic you can bring on the plane with you is a cell phone. Forget the Kindle, the portable DVD player, a laptop, or even the blessed iPad. It will just be you, the kids and your cell phone for 13 hours. Sound like a nightmare? Well, for passengers headed to the United States from 10 Middle Eastern and African airports, an electronics ban just put into effect makes that a reality. So put down that Nintendo Switch that was advertised...

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8 Free Activities in the Burlington VT Area

Skiing Is Pricey But There’s Lots That Is Free In Vermont After traveling every week for work coming home to Vermont is a reward in and of itself. Vermont is a beautiful place to live and the Greater Burlington area has numerous family activities. Below are eight of my favorite free things to do in the Burlington area. Visit the Green Mountain Audubon Center, Huntington.  This beautiful 255 acre expanse includes something for every age range. Babies and toddlers will be happy in the Butterfly Garden, older toddlers and elementary school kids will love the five miles of hiking trails....

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Magic Kingdom Extra Magic Hours Best Disney Resort Benefit

Are your kids night owls? Want to impress tweens and teens? Nothing says “fun mom” like hitting Magic Kingdom at 11pm and closing it down at 2am. This Extra Magic hours “magical” memory will stand out for them from their Disney vacation for years to come. There are many benefits to staying in a Disney resort, but THE most valuable ones is access to Extra Magic Hours. That’s when a theme park opens an hour early or closes late but only Walt Disney World resort guests have access. While many folks take advantage of the early access very few take advantage...

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Round Top Texas: The Perfect Spot for Glamping and Exploring

Planning a vacation where you go antiquing with girlfriends, take in gorgeous rolling scenery, sample mead and  pat goats, and sleep in vintage trailers? Sounds like a great trip. What if Road Warrior TravelingMom told you that can do all that in Texas? We’re not all bbq and longhorns here (although we have those too)! Round Top Texas is glamping. Round Top Texas Glamping – and More Nestled roughly halfway between Austin and Houston the Round Top area is home to several world class antique shows. Ever watched Chip and Joanna Gaines on Fixer Upper? There’s a good chance...

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Tips For Travel With Grandparents

Travel provides families with so many great experiences and quality time. Involve grandparents on your family trip for special intergenerational memories that you’ll cherish forever. Our travel tips will help! Tips For Traveling With Grandparents Every family is different and destinations present the need for new strategies. Start planning your multi-generational travel by focusing on universal travel tips. Prepare by knowing what questions to ask before you travel with grandparents. Think about your Audience and Their Capabilities When you travel with grandparents, some of the same rules apply as when you travel with kids. You wouldn’t take a toddler on...

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11 Things To Know Before Visiting Santa’s Wonderland

Year after year, more than 200,000 visitors flock to Santa’s Wonderland in College Station Texas. They come from hundreds of miles away to see this Texas-sized light display. But, at this Santa’s Wonderland newbie discovered, this is oh so much more than just a holiday lights display. It is a destination to embrace the Christmas Spirit for all ages!       Ready to Visit Santa’s Wonderland? Santa’s Wonderland is about more than lights. There is a reason that folks come back annually with their families. Just enough changes to make it fresh. But the old favorites such as Texas Santa,...

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Where to See the Best Holiday Lights Displays in 2016 – Enter to Win a Ricardo Suitcase!

It’s that time of year to bundle up, pack a thermos of cocoa and watch little eyes go saucer-sized at these super sized holiday lights displays. Holiday lights help to set the mood for a merry holiday season and we’ve rounded up the best ones to see in the USA and around the world. But first read our 5 tips for making the most of your holiday lights experience! Few things can warm up a winter night and raise the level of holiday cheer quite like a brilliant holiday lights display. From New York to Hawaii, South Dakota to Texas, London...

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Jordanian Food – 11 Dishes to Give You the Flavor of Jordan

When we travel we expect to see new things, learn about another culture, and immerse ourselves in a totally different experience. One of the ways a traveler can do this is to sample the cuisine of where they visit. If Jordan is on your bucket list your taste buds are in for a treat. Jordanian food involves delicious and varied dishes paired with Jordanian hospitality, making for a once in a lifetime experience. Jordanian Food – Mezze Dishes In Middle Eastern cultures, many meals are multi-course affairs. Mezze traditionally refers to smaller items served at the beginning of the...

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Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor: Perfect for Family or Business Travel

As a frequent business traveler I am always looking at hotels with two different sets of eyes. First, is it convenient and comfortable for business travel. Do room rates align with my work budget? Is it quiet? How are the amenities that I’ll use like the breakfast and business center? But with a second glance I am assessing how convenient is it to family friendly fun? What type of pool does it have? Would my family be able to tag along on a trip with me at that hotel? The Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor was the perfect blend...

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