Beyond ear buds and eyerolls: Nine ways to make travel with your teen fun



Making the perfect family vacation can be tricky; what sounds delightful to the parents can seem excruciatingly boring to the kids. Through trial and error, I’ve learned various ways to get the kids more ‘invested’ in the activities. I hope these tips in this Washington Post article  make your trip more successful and enjoyable with your family.

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Aviva Goldfarb

Aviva Goldfarb is a Washington Post contributor, author of 4 cookbooks, and founder of The Six O’Clock Scramble, an online healthy meal planner. She writes about food, cocktails, travel and parenting, is an entrepreneur, and a marketing consultant for food related ventures.

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