Traveling as a Single Parent

30 Oct 2018
14:45 -15:35
Ballroom

Traveling as a Single Parent

Traveling is difficult, but traveling as a single parent can be even harder, and the difficulties aren’t always what one thinks. For example, who will hold your infant or watch your luggage while you cram yourself into a bathroom stall at the airport? Will you ever have sex again? Can true happiness be found on the road with children in tow?

In this workshop, world traveler and single mother Zélie Pollon will lead a discussion of some of the biggest challenges (and benefits!) of single parent travel, as well as hacks and preparations that have helped her travel safely and happily with an infant, and now a young boy.

Come share the challenges, strategies, and benefits of taking your children around the world without a partner. You will walk away from this workshop with empowering knowledge and the courage to face your fears of traveling as a single parent.