Laura is a Riyadh based travel blogger, entrepreneur and designer. She runs an award winning blog, Blue Abaya, which covers her journey and explorations in Saudi Arabia and beyond. Laura is mother to two multicultural kids, who like herself are true nomads at heart. They love discovering new places, collecting seashells on beaches and walking through magical forests.
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Are you planning a family vacation for this summer’s Eid break? The perfect places to spend Eid Al Fitr are locations where one can relax with beautiful scenery, recharging after Ramadan and enjoying quality time with the family. Read More
Travelling can be fun and relaxing but it can also be stressful especially for us moms. At the end of the day travelling and seeing new places takes a toll on both adults and children. Read More
I often hear the question: “How do you manage to travel so much with the kids”? It must be so expensive! Well I’ve got good news for you because if you plan your trips well ahead and research properly, you can make it happen for a very affordable cost. Read More
When it comes to traveling with small kids moms can greatly improve their experience with a few tricks up their sleeves. The following list has some great ideas for what to get a traveling mommy to make their trips even more enjoyable! Read More
Believe it or not there are places in the Gulf region where the weather is cooler even during the hottest summer months. A trip outside of the region is not always necessary to escape the heat. Check out some of these suggestions for a cool escape with your family! Read More
This summer check out some of these lesser known gems in Europe with your family! There’s so much more to discover on the paths less traveled.
With the upcoming summer holidays parents everywhere are planning for vacations which often involves flying with kids. As a frequent traveler myself, I have gone through a certain trial and error process with trying to find out ways to cope onboard with my two kids.
Want to visit the desert but not sure where to head or what to take with you? Going out for the first time might feel scary at first, but it’s good to keep a few safety tips in mind and be well prepared to ensure everything will go as smoothly as possible.
People often ask me, how do you do it? How do you travel with the children still being so young? When I get this question, it does seem like an intimidating and frightening thought, when just getting the kids to dress and move out
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I’m sure you’ve heard of HIIT workouts before, right? If not, well then read on and thank me later. HIIT is an acronym for ‘high intensity interval training’...Read morePosted on November 22, 2017
Why didn’t anyone tell me how hard parenting is? Don’t get me wrong I love my little one and I can’t imagine my world without her. Everything I do and every decision I make is made with how it will impact her in mind... Read morePosted on October 23, 2017
Let’s face it: some of you would say that it’s too early for a one year old to get into the habit of regular sleeping patterns and some of you would fear it might be too late any time after. Read morePosted on October 03, 2017
Art is a wonderful venue for people of all ages. Open the world of art to children and the sky is the limit. Now unlock the wonders of art for a Special Needs child and amazing things can happen. Read morePosted on July 24, 2017
The importance and necessity of exercise in our daily lives is often forgotten, especially here in the Middle East. This is evident in our health-related statistics like the high rate of diabetes, obesity, heart diseases, and the list goes on. Read morePosted on July 06, 2017
Are you planning a family vacation for this summer’s Eid break? The perfect places to spend Eid Al Fitr are locations where one can relax with beautiful scenery, recharging after Ramadan and enjoying quality time with the family. Read morePosted on June 15, 2017
Travelling can be fun and relaxing but it can also be stressful especially for us moms. At the end of the day travelling and seeing new places takes a toll on both adults and children. Read morePosted on January 31, 2017