Dr. Jessie Voigts is a mom who loves sharing the world with her daughter. She has a PhD in International Education, and is constantly looking for ways to increase intercultural understanding, especially with kids (it’s never too young to start!). She has lived and worked in Japan and London, and traveled around the world. Jessie and her family live on a lake in Michigan, enjoying the summers swimming, kayaking, and sailing, and planning travel for the winter months! Jessie is the publisher of Wandering Educators, a travel site for global educators. In addition to writing about learning and exploring the world, she is passionate about sharing stories of family travel and travel with disabilities. An international community of traveling educators, WanderingEducators.com is a resource for discovering extraordinary travel destinations, fascinating people, and global artists and photographers.
Family travel tips and wisdom, from a celebrated family travel author.
Fiji is not only for dreaming, but is a true planning guide, detailing culture, location, accommodations, restaurants, activities, and ALL of the islands in Fiji.
Once you've been to Ireland, it stays with you – the lush vistas, extraordinary natural formations, friendly people, and of course the food.
9000 miles of kid-powered adventures.
A Midwest family travel gem.
Restaurant review of Victory's Banner, a vegetarian restaurant in Roscoe Village, Chicago
See the largest and most famous Glacial Grooves in the world on Kelleys Island, Ohio.
YA novel Cloak has it all - mystery, adventure, enchants, ancient spam, swarms of ants, and a battered bread truck.
Seeing the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland, in a new light requires a sense of adventure - and fortitude
Visiting the Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park to see an outdoor Chihuly exhibit