Like most of you, I get the planning bug big time come the start of the year. My husband and I both decided traveling was going to be something we focused on (as much as you can with 3 little kids) over buying things. We bought a new house last year and that came with a lot of expenses so we are just over buying things. We’ve both talked about our dream destinations so I wanted to list a few of them. I’m a firm believer in writing down your goals and dreams — you’re so much more likely to make it happen!
1. Iceland has been on our list for a while. Especially my husband’s. He tried to convince me to go there for our ten year anniversary trip but we ultimately decided somewhere tropical might be a little more romantic. There is so much to see and do in Iceland! I’m really looking forward to going there one day hopefully soon!
2. Bora Bora! I’ve mentioned on my instagram a few times but we ARE going for our ten year anniversary and I can’t wait! We have been saving up credit card point for years to make this trip happen.
3. Sundance. We are headed to Utah for Spring Break and we got a cute little cabin up in Sundance! We both have been to Utah lots and have stayed in Park City a few times and we just wanted to try something new. Neither of us ski but we are looking forward to playing in the snow with our VERY excited seven-year-old!
4. Greece. I mean, I’m 99% sure this won’t happen in 2018 but I’m still putting it on here because this is my dream list. I’ve been really wanting to go for the last few years and I think it would be a fun destination with kids. Or maybe not “fun” but not awful? Hah. I feel like it could be a similar trip to Ireland, as far as us being able to have a fairly loose schedule. Ireland was the best trip I’ve ever taken and we had three kids (6, 4, and 1) with us so that’s saying a lot.
Our goal is to take one family trip per year and one solo trip. This year it will likely be Sundance and Bora Bora and I’m feeling pretty lucky with that. If we find cheap tickets anywhere else that will just be a bonus! We normally have to spend a couple thousand a year coming back home to Texas to see family but since we’ve moved back, it’s given us a little flexibility with our travel budget and I’m excited about that for sure. Can’t wait to see what 2018 brings us!