52 Creative Ideas for Family Adventures – Book Review

In the era of technology that we are living, family sharing time has been affected. We no longer take time to talk face to face, but we are very focused on cell phones. We have stopped enjoying other things that add more value to the family.
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In the era of technology that we are living, family sharing time has been affected. We no longer take time to talk face to face, but we are very focused on cell phones. We have stopped enjoying other things that add more value to the family.

I want to share simple and creative ways in which we can enjoy all together as a family. Different things we can do. This post intends to share some great ideas from the book “52 Uncommon Family Adventures” by Randy Southern. Let’s see!

This book is a practical tool for parents (that’s I love the most). I am in need of options and ideas to create beautiful memories in my family, specially with a 1.5 year old boy playing around. In this time we are living I want him to experience other activities other than using a phone, watching TV or playing video games. I know that in a moment of his life that is going to happen. But, what of the things that I can sow in him from such an early age?

Here is where this book enters to give me ideas and options to connect with my boy with different activities that we both can enjoy. I love scrapbooking and all paper crafting projects. While I was reading this book one the activities that caught my attention was “Writing Thank-You Notes” . We can give words of affirmation, give thanks, say “I love you” in a different creative way.

Another activity that I liked was “Cities to Explore”. There are moments that we love to stay at home, but sometimes we just want to explore and explore. That’s the perfect moment to learn something new from another place near us. This book challenges your family to: “see many different cities, towns, villages and municipalities you can visit in a single day”. It sounds exhausting but fun!

You can buy gifts for the members of the family while your explore other places. Tell stories or sign songs while in the car.

Other ideas or activities in the book are:

** Hide and Seek

** Interviews

** Toilet Paper Olympics

** Indoor Camping

You can read an explanation of each one of these activities and much more in the book! Join below for a chance to win one book, you will love it! If you want to purchase this book visit this LINK

Family time does not have to be boring! Make lifelong memories with these simple and creative ideas. #52UncommonAdventures

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In the era of technology that we are living, family sharing time has been affected. We no longer take time to talk face to face, but we are very focused on cell phones. We have stopped enjoying other things that add more value to the family.

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3 thoughts on “52 Creative Ideas for Family Adventures – Book Review

  1. Oh, cool! This book looks like fun! I love practical Ideas! Making memories with family adventures is the best! And it doesn’t have to be Disney! Half the time they won’t remember the big experiences, but those quiet moments seem to stick!

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