How to avoid the ‘churn’ on your kids’ phones

If you’re planning a trip to Australia, you’ve got to get some sleep.

You’ve got kids.

And they’re hungry.

So, how do you ensure you don’t miss the chance to spend some time with them?

If you’ve already booked a trip, make sure you’re up to date with the latest information about travel options.

Here are some tips to help you prepare.1.

Plan a trip for the whole familyYou’ll need a plan that includes everyone on your trip, including kids and grandparents.2.

Check for kids in your travel plansOnce you’ve booked your trip you’ll want to ensure your family is all on the same page.

This is where you’ll find a checklist.

It includes all the details that will help you decide if you should have a kid on the trip, like if it’s a family outing or a day at the beach.

Here’s what to include in your checklist:The first two items are about planning a day trip.

They’re for you to consider if you want to have kids on the first day.

The third item is about the destination.

You’ll want it to be the same as your family’s home town.4.

Choose a time to travelIt may be tempting to go ahead and have a family day trip if you’re in a hurry.

But this is where the ‘happily ever after’ rule comes into play.

You want to take your family out on a day out to enjoy local sights, eat locally and visit a local museum.

This is not a day off, and you should plan for it in advance.5.

Check if it’ll be safeThe last item on the checklist is a simple but important one.

It says don’t bring any children in with you.

If you do, you’ll need to make sure your trip isn’t a ‘chase trip’ or an ‘outdoor’ trip.

Your kids will be too young to travel alone, so it may be best to have a group of adults to help if they need to.6.

Plan for unexpected circumstancesIf you plan on going on a date, you might be surprised at what happens.

Or you might think you’ll get lost.

If this is the case, plan to find someone to look after you in case things go awry.7.

Know what to expectYour kids can get excited at unexpected times, such as when they’re about to leave home.

This will make it easier for them to plan their trip.8.

Be prepared to pay for your tripIf you have a lot of money, it might be easier to plan your trip and not have to worry about any of the costs involved.

If you’re just starting out, it’s easier to have money to cover the cost of a day or weekend trip.

If things get too expensive, you may want to consider taking a second trip or just not going on the next trip altogether.9.

Plan on your children getting lostYou want your family to have some idea of where they’re going, so you can plan ahead.

You might have to have them find their own way to get to your destination.10.

Make sure you know what to doIf things go wrong on your flight, you can ask your parents to pick you up and drop you off at your destination in a car.

If your kids are getting stuck on your way home, you have the option of having them stay overnight.

You can also check with the airlines if you’ve missed a flight.

If all else fails, you should take your kids with you and make sure they know how to use your phone.

If they’re not staying in your hotel, there are a few things you can do to make things easier.

For example, you could make a plan with your hotel and let them know if they have to change rooms.

You could also make sure that the kids aren’t sleeping on the floor, so they can be put down if they fall asleep in the car.11.

Plan aheadYou might have a big decision to make on how you’ll go about your family day.

You can choose to make a trip at the last minute, or plan ahead to save money.

Your hotel will need to decide what to charge for your stay.

You’ll want a place that you can reserve, so that you know exactly where you’re going.

If your hotel is full, you won’t need to buy a ticket to the next stop on the way.

You could also check ahead for cancellations.