Worry-Free Travels With SafetyWing


It is a truth universally acknowledged that being a mother is difficult. The moment you have children, your time becomes theirs and so does your energy. Of course, despite the exhaustion, parenthood is rewarding like no other. It has its ups and downs, and one of the major ups is family vacations. We adore traveling to different countries, but even just a quick trip to Tagaytay can be a memorable experience. 

Traveling to far places lets us explore new cultures and cuisines that we have dreamt of trying. It is a huge boost in our connection and relationship as a family, a lot of my happiest memories with them are on these trips. I love capturing our special moments on these trips. Making lasting memories is truly amazing, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Our vacations also allow me to relax, not having to think about our food, managing the household, the kids’ school, etc.

Planning these trips though, is a different thing altogether. Naturally, the main subject that we need to take into consideration is money with accommodation, food, air travel, and local travel taking up most of the budget there has to be an airtight allocation for each. However, not every trip goes according to plan. No matter how prepared you are, unforeseen incidents can happen, with safety being the primary concern, and you have to be ready both mentally and financially. It’s imperative to stay calm in these situations to handle them quickly and effectively. You have to prepare for the unexpected.

Traveling puts you at risk for a variety of situations, including natural catastrophes, accidents, sicknesses, and criminality. While there is nothing you can do to totally eliminate the possibility of these things happening, you can make your life easier by purchasing travel insurance. Travel insurance provides you and your loved ones financial support should any of the aforementioned incidents occur. I suggest SafetyWing.

SafetyWing’s flexible policies ensure a generally worry-free trip by covering a wide range of incidents in over 185 nations. They significantly help to reduce expenses for things like transportation, unanticipated stays or changes in lodging, and a host of other things. They have no additional charge for up to 2 children per group or household. Just be sure to include them in your group when you sign up for the coverage.

Remember to share your policy with your emergency contact person so they know they know what to do should something occur!

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Hi, Peachy here!

I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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