Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an

Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an


10 thoughts on “Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an Unconventional Life to Work Remotely and Show Their Kids the World

  1. Julie Julie says:

    What this book is an anecdotal travel log from her family's adventures A great book if you need to be reassured to just relax and accept that traveling with kids will not be perfect but will be amazing What this book is NOT informationalThe book I read before this was 500 pages and I read it in a week so at 185 pages I figured I'd knock this book out in a couple of daysit took me eight and I hated every day of it I was expecting it to be informative and have tips on how to travel with children things like how to occupy your child on a long flight She told the story of having a near impossible time getting her infant's passport photo taken trying to hold her up straight while also trying to stay out of the pic Yet there were no tips on how to be successful at it I will give you a useful tip have the photo place lay a backdrop on the floor and lay your child on hisher back then have the photographer stand over them for the pic You stay out of the pic and baby isn't falling over We did that when our son was three months and it worked greatmaybe I should write a book There were no lists of references to websites for where to get get passports blogs on how to travel with kids nothing I did however learn that she can't survive without alcohol and the Portuguese word for thank you is obrigada If you're looking for a great travel book that is entertaining and full of info check out Vagabonding by Rolf Potts


  2. Aaron Rath Aaron Rath says:

    AK Turner is probably my favorite indie author She's consistently funny and the glimpses she shares of her and her family's lives are as reliably entertaining as they are amusing This book is no exception and brings with it an informative how to aspect that goes beyond the Imperfections series I have never wanted to travel for extended periods with my young kids and honestly I still don't but if I had to this would give me both the faith and the knowledge for how to start As with all her other books this one's worth a read and then probably a reread as soon as I think I've forgotten half the jokes


  3. Linda Hagedorn Linda Hagedorn says:

    This book exemplifies the basic desires of my heart Oh to travel the world to expose children to countries and cultures first hand As former homeschool parents who took our children out of school for a week yearly to explore Cape Cod we tried to provide as many out of country experiences such as mission trips school group overseas trips and travel on their own with our limited resources This book was a great joy to read and see how this family managed the ups and downs of travelling as a family to a multitude of countries I'm hoping my own grandchildren will have numerous opportunities to discover this great world we live in


  4. JoAnne Lake JoAnne Lake says:

    As parents of four children my husband and I traveled extensively with our children All of our children were born abroad What I like about this book is that it let's parents know that children can be an enriching asset on a trip Such a delightful read


  5. Robert G. Loden Robert G. Loden says:

    Nice to read someone who takes it up a notch Ignores the status uo Everyone wants to just say the hell with it and just do what they desire You write to inform and entertain A big bulls eye And as Imust declare I won this great book on goodreads Thank you again


  6. Davinna Davinna says:

    Vagabonding with kids is not just for parents It's a light hearted assortment of commonsense things every traveler should consider except peeing in the yard The book is full of anecdotes that will make you laugh and bring a smile to your face I highly recommend this book


  7. Crystal W Crystal W says:

    Not impressed Light easy reading but I much prefer Tsh Oxenreider books on traveling with kids This one had zero information let alone than three destinations It was like a short personal repetitive journal reminiscing on the very few adventures they did have I can also do without all the alcohol comments we get it You like to drink and get rid of your kids aka shove them in school wherever you are despite wanting to show them the world But as a mom who worldschools her kids this felt like a trashy magazine — funny cute but not worth the cash


  8. Emma Emma says:

    Inspiring and Barrier DestroyingI enjoyed reading about the lived experiences of someone who is honest about the struggles and rewards of choosing a vagabonding lifestyle with children To say something is not feasible is many times to really say it’s not worth the trouble This book makes it clear that allowing your children to experience the world through a variety of lenses and cultures is well worth it


  9. Melanie Johnson Melanie Johnson says:

    A great book about traveling around the world with kids as the Turner's are able to work remotely I found myself feeling a bit jealous as they spend their time trying new foods and having different experiences in the various cultures I love their laid back lifestyle and ability to laugh when things don't always go right Thanks for the ARC Goodreads


  10. ms.erin ms.erin says:

    wasn't looking forward to reading this as I don't have kids However I was very pleasantly surprisedI think this book is about lifestyle perspective and most importantly travel Well written funny and inspiring I would definitely read of her travel books


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Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an Unconventional Life to Work Remotely and Show Their Kids the World [EPUB] ✰ Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an Unconventional Life to Work Remotely and Show Their Kids the World Author A.K. Turner – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk With her signature wit AK Turner deftly slays all the dragons separating “life with kids” from “life with travel and adventure” Determined to prove that long term travel need not be reserved f With her signature wit AK Turner deftly Kids: How Epub Ý slays all the dragons separating “life with kids” from “life with travel and adventure” Determined to prove that long term Vagabonding with PDF/EPUB ² travel need not be reserved for the lone male traveler Turner tackles obstacles including working while traveling affording an extended trip pulling kids out of school and what with Kids: How PDF Í to do with them once you’ve done so With stories from the author’s experiences in a dozen locations around the globe and the honest and hilarious admissions of with Kids: How One Couple PDF \ her fears along the way Vagabonding with Kids is a timely affirmation of why we should all journey forth.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 224 pages
  • Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an Unconventional Life to Work Remotely and Show Their Kids the World
  • A.K. Turner
  • English
  • 01 June 2014

About the Author: A.K. Turner

AK Turner is The New York Times Kids: How Epub Ý bestselling author of the award winning Vagabonding with Kids series as well as This Little Piggy Went to the Liuor Vagabonding with PDF/EPUB ² Store Mommy Had a Little Flask and Hair of the Corn Dog Her works have received a starred review from Publishers Weekly IPPY Awards in Humor and Travel with Kids: How PDF Í Foreword Indies Awards Independent Press Distinguished Favorite and inclusion in BookLife’s.


10 thoughts on “Vagabonding with Kids: How One Couple Embraced an Unconventional Life to Work Remotely and Show Their Kids the World

  1. Julie Julie says:

    What this book is an anecdotal travel log from her family's adventures A great book if you need to be reassured to just relax and accept that traveling with kids will not be perfect but will be amazing What this book is NOT informationalThe book I read before this was 500 pages and I read it in a week so at 185 pages I figured I'd knock this book out in a couple of daysit took me eight and I hated every day of it I was expecting it to be informative and have tips on how to travel with children things like how to occupy your child on a long flight She told the story of having a near impossible time getting her infant's passport photo taken trying to hold her up straight while also trying to stay out of the pic Yet there were no tips on how to be successful at it I will give you a useful tip have the photo place lay a backdrop on the floor and lay your child on hisher back then have the photographer stand over them for the pic You stay out of the pic and baby isn't falling over We did that when our son was three months and it worked greatmaybe I should write a book There were no lists of references to websites for where to get get passports blogs on how to travel with kids nothing I did however learn that she can't survive without alcohol and the Portuguese word for thank you is obrigada If you're looking for a great travel book that is entertaining and full of info check out Vagabonding by Rolf Potts

  2. Aaron Rath Aaron Rath says:

    AK Turner is probably my favorite indie author She's consistently funny and the glimpses she shares of her and her family's lives are as reliably entertaining as they are amusing This book is no exception and brings with it an informative how to aspect that goes beyond the Imperfections series I have never wanted to travel for extended periods with my young kids and honestly I still don't but if I had to this would give me both the faith and the knowledge for how to start As with all her other books this one's worth a read and then probably a reread as soon as I think I've forgotten half the jokes

  3. Linda Hagedorn Linda Hagedorn says:

    This book exemplifies the basic desires of my heart Oh to travel the world to expose children to countries and cultures first hand As former homeschool parents who took our children out of school for a week yearly to explore Cape Cod we tried to provide as many out of country experiences such as mission trips school group overseas trips and travel on their own with our limited resources This book was a great joy to read and see how this family managed the ups and downs of travelling as a family to a multitude of countries I'm hoping my own grandchildren will have numerous opportunities to discover this great world we live in

  4. JoAnne Lake JoAnne Lake says:

    As parents of four children my husband and I traveled extensively with our children All of our children were born abroad What I like about this book is that it let's parents know that children can be an enriching asset on a trip Such a delightful read

  5. Robert G. Loden Robert G. Loden says:

    Nice to read someone who takes it up a notch Ignores the status uo Everyone wants to just say the hell with it and just do what they desire You write to inform and entertain A big bulls eye And as Imust declare I won this great book on goodreads Thank you again

  6. Davinna Davinna says:

    Vagabonding with kids is not just for parents It's a light hearted assortment of commonsense things every traveler should consider except peeing in the yard The book is full of anecdotes that will make you laugh and bring a smile to your face I highly recommend this book

  7. Crystal W Crystal W says:

    Not impressed Light easy reading but I much prefer Tsh Oxenreider books on traveling with kids This one had zero information let alone than three destinations It was like a short personal repetitive journal reminiscing on the very few adventures they did have I can also do without all the alcohol comments we get it You like to drink and get rid of your kids aka shove them in school wherever you are despite wanting to show them the world But as a mom who worldschools her kids this felt like a trashy magazine — funny cute but not worth the cash

  8. Emma Emma says:

    Inspiring and Barrier DestroyingI enjoyed reading about the lived experiences of someone who is honest about the struggles and rewards of choosing a vagabonding lifestyle with children To say something is not feasible is many times to really say it’s not worth the trouble This book makes it clear that allowing your children to experience the world through a variety of lenses and cultures is well worth it

  9. Melanie Johnson Melanie Johnson says:

    A great book about traveling around the world with kids as the Turner's are able to work remotely I found myself feeling a bit jealous as they spend their time trying new foods and having different experiences in the various cultures I love their laid back lifestyle and ability to laugh when things don't always go right Thanks for the ARC Goodreads

  10. ms.erin ms.erin says:

    wasn't looking forward to reading this as I don't have kids However I was very pleasantly surprisedI think this book is about lifestyle perspective and most importantly travel Well written funny and inspiring I would definitely read of her travel books

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