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ft4rlLast week I attended the Family Travel for Real Life (#FT4RL) conference, which was a great time.  It’s organized by Dia the Deal Mommy over at Saverocity, and featured several speakers talking about their experiences with family travel.  Even though it’s marketed (and is) a travel conference mostly focused on traveling with families, there was definitely a lot of information, even for those without kids.

I live-blogged the entire conference, and if you missed any of those posts, here they are:


Manufactured Spending according to a 10 year old

Because FT4RL is a smaller conference (about 30 total people attended), it has a smaller feel – after the conference, just about everyone there went out to dinner together, and we then went back to Bonnie’s giant suite at the Hyatt House and just hung out and swapped stories.  I had a blast and am definitely planning on coming back if/when there’s a new one

You might also be in the recap posts written by The Deal Mommy, Chasing the Points, Trips with Tykes, or the podcast that we all made at the after-party on Saturday night.

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