How I Traveled From New York to Egypt to Kenya to Uganda With My 3-Month-Old Infant

Traveling abroad with an infant does not have to be as scary as it sounds, so let me take a moment out of settling into my new home to talk about what it's like. I've been in Uganda now for about a week and haven't talked about our much dreaded journey from New York. I say dreaded because traveling with my four-month-old by plane was about the scariest thing I've ever had to do.

Maybe this doesn't sound so bad, and maybe it wouldn't have been so scary if it was a direct flight. But from what I know, there are no direct flights from NY to Uganda so a layover was inevitable. What made it so scary was that our layover was 11-hours-long ... in Egypt!...

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Have A Plan And Let It Guide You

In less than three weeks, I'll be moving to Uganda with my son. I think travelling with a newborn, which I've never done before, adds a lot of pressure on top of everything else this trip means.

For one, I'll be leaving my family and friends behind and all the things in my comfort zone. And if I think about it long enough, it becomes quite intimidating…

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How to Get Through The Early Struggles Of Blogging

So you’ve written your first blog post. After re-reading it fifty times and scanning the cursor back and forth over the “publish” button, you bite the bullet and click down as you officially enter the blogging stratosphere.

Aahhh. So the hard part is over, right? Well maybe for you. But for some, this could be where things get tricky. The second post can be even more daunting than the first, something you hadn’t really given much thought until you sit down at your laptop and realize you have no idea what you’re doing…

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