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Embrace the Drag: Dealing with Boredom in Family Travel

One of my favorite writers regarding Family Travel is Jennifer Miller of the Edventure Project, and one of my favorite pieces there is her 10 Tips for Traveling with Kids. There are many nuggets of hard-earned wisdom in there, but one nugget in particular felt like a thump on the nose: it was simply titled “Unplug.” Children, […]

Lessons in Perseverance: How Travel Made Our Kids Stronger

Lessons in Perseverance: Travel and Children Bad luck, bad health or bad timing. Any one of these can deliver a hefty blow to one’s travel itinerary. So how about all three? In our first month on the road, we we visited by the entire trio of travel bummers, all within the course of two weeks. […]

First Steps toward Roadschooling

Wow. What a few weeks it’s been. This will be my first entry from the road — everything else was written while still in Tokyo. We’ve now spent a little over two weeks in Taiwan and it has been a marked by peaks and valleys of elation and despair. I’ll save the drama for another […]

How to Nurture Bilingual Kids (and how to screw it up)

Japanese Mother. American father. Put them together and voilà: bilingual kids from birth, right? How to Nurture Bilingual Kids Growing up in a bilingual house doesn’t automatically make bilingual kids. Fluency takes work. A lot of work. And while I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished with M and S so far, I’ve made a lot […]

About Me

About Me – The short version My name is Jason and I write about art, music, food, cameras, travel and parenting. I like those things. And I love Tokyo —  so much so that I lived there for 12 years. But what I really like is traveling, learning and spending time with my wife and kids, […]

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