Why I Prioritized International Travel Over “Growing Up”
Lauren Orsini

My husband and I are choosing to remain kid-free and travel is important to us. We often hear, “Oh, well you guys can only travel because you don’t have kids.” Yep! But the decision to not have children involves so much more than just wanting the time and money to go on a vacation. I think people put MNKs (Marrieds-no-kids) into a box and label them as “fanciful and selfish”. We are living our dreams and still building a better planet no matter they say! Long and short of it — enjoy your travels!

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