Thursday, July 22, 2010
Travel Kits Review
Anyone can put the ideas and suggestions for making travel kits to use if you follow this guide. Ms. Rees begins her e-book explaining the basics of her travel kit idea. She then explains how to compile the items for the travel kit based on the traveler's needs. For example, she explains how to prepare travel kits for families with small children or older children and even mom and dad. Ms. Rees also gives suggestions for how to prepare travel kits for the traveling individual. It becomes clear as you read further into "Travel Kits" that the author has thought of every possible situation that may call for a travel kit. She also shares with her readers her numerous ideas for what to include in a travel kit, from special toys to books on tape/cd to resources from the department of tourism. Games, snacks for mom or dad, and gifts for grandparents are also in the list of suggested ideas. As if that wasn't enough, Ms. Rees also provides an abundance of suggestions on how to package the gifts appropriately, depending on the receiver's traveling situation. Big budget or little budget, crafty or not, this e-book is a great idea for anyone who is interested in finding unique ways to bless others.
I really enjoyed reading the e-book "Travel Kits". I found it to be entertaining and personal, both which contributed to its ease of use. Scattered throughout the e-book are various stories of the author's and others' experience with giving and receiving travel kits, and pictures to demonstrate. I look forward to the opportunity to put what I learned from"Travel Kits" to use for someone and see how it turns out!
If you are interested in purchasing the e-book "Travel Kits: A Simple Way to Bless Others", visit the website www.TheHomeschoolMagazine.com.
I did not receive compensation for this review.