$7.95Travel Tips and Wisdom for Mothers on the Road

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By Marybeth Bond
November 1997
ISBN 1-885211-20-1 139 pages
mamas_sThis is an indispensable pocket guide for mothers (and grandmothers) on the road, written by Marybeth Bond, the award-winning editor of A Woman’s World and A Mother’s World. Whether you have infants, toddlers, or teens, you’ll be inspired to pack your bags and explore, from weekend trips to overseas odysseys.

Related Titles:

Travelers’ Tales: Gutsy Women
Travelers’ Tales: A Woman’s World
Safety and Security for Women Who Travel
A Woman’s Passion for Travel

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I. The Joys and Benefits of Travel with Children

II. Savoring and Surviving Infants & Toddlers

III. Weaving Memories with School-age Children

IV. Adventures with Your Teenager

V. Mama Travels Alone with the Kids

VI. On the Road with Grandma and Grandpa

VII. Mama Travels without the Family

VIII. Travel Companions

IX. Safety on the Road

X. Staying Healthy

XI. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

XII. Planning, Packing, and Budgeting

XIII. Pregnant and Homebound? No Way!

XIV. Traveling for International Adoption

XV. Mothering Wisdom from Other Cultures

XVI. Mother-in-Spirit

XVII. Dr. Culbertson’s A to Z Excursions

XVIII. Destinations and Activities

XVIII. Resources and References

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Marybeth Bond has not always been a Gutsy Woman. During summer camp, at the age of ten, she was nicknamed “Misty” because she had a bad case of homesickness. Not one of her counselors would have predicted the bright travel career that lay ahead.

Now a nationally recognized travel expert, speaker, and media personality known as the “Gutsy Traveler,” she is the award-winning author/editor of seven women’s travel books including the national bestseller, A Woman’s World, winner of the prestigious Lowell Thomas Gold Medal for Best Travel Book from the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation.

Marybeth has walked, hiked, climbed, cycled, and kayaked her way through six continents and more than seventy countries. Her travels have taken her from the depths of the Flores Sea to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, across the Himalayas and the Sahara Desert. She made her first gutsy decision when she left a successful corporate career, put her worldly possessions in storage, and bought a one-way ticket to Bangkok. While some thought (and told her) she was nuts, she traveled “single and solo” for two years around the world. It was during her travels that she discovered the “gutsy woman” within herself and had the time of her life.

Marybeth continues to criss-cross the globe educating, enlightening, and empowering others to explore it through travel. Whether your idea of a “gutsy traveler” is taking your first plane ride across the Atlantic, navigating the promenades of Paris, or rafting in the Rockies, Marybeth’s travel tips, know-how, and practical advice will guide you along the way.

A highly sought after speaker, Marybeth has addressed numerous consumer groups, corporations, and industry insiders about the amazing benefits of travel. She’s also appeared on more than 250 network and cable media outlets including CBS, ABC, FOX, NBC, CNN, NPR to name a few. She was a featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, where she discussed with Oprah how it is through travel that women can refresh, renew, and recharge themselves and be ready to take on the world.

Currently Marybeth is Adventure Editor for TravelGirl Magazine and a travel correspondent for iVillage.com and USAToday.com. Her articles have been published in magazines and newspapers around the country.

Marybeth is a member of National Association of Journal-ists and Authors and the Society of American Travel Writers and was an advisor for Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

She now lives in Northern California with her husband (whom she met while trekking in Nepal!), two daughters and the family dog. Please visit her web site at www.gutsy-traveler.com for more news, updates, and travel advice from Marybeth.