Freedom Friday: How To Plan A Multi-Generational Family Vacation Without Losing Your Mind

multi-generational group on beachIt began with a group text. Author Lauren Cormier, her three sisters and mother, chatted about how fun it would be to get together for a big family vacation.

At first it was just talk, tossing around location ideas and what time of year would offer the nicest weather, but slowly the talk transformed to serious planning. Before she knew it, the five families (ten adults and ten children) were all together for a week-long vacation in Florida.

If you’ve considered going on a similar multi-generational vacation, you’re not alone. According to AARP, about 25% of trips that baby boomers anticipate taking are with extended family.

Read more to discover tips on how to plan a multi-generational vacation

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