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9 Reasons Families Should Stay at Beaches Turks and Caicos

How is the Beaches Resort Family-Friendly? When I went to the Beaches Moms Conference at Beaches Turks and Caicos, I had to pay for my own airline ticket ($1000) and $500 to go for a three-night stay, of which I only had about 10 hours of downtime due to the conference programming and the tour […]

Culinary Concierge at Beaches Resorts

Food allergies and food restrictions are a piece of gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, coconut free cake for the Culinary Concierge at Beaches Resorts. Have you ever heard of a culinary concierge? Sounds pretty fancy, right? Well, they are part of the Beaches Resort team to put parents, kids and families at ease when dining at Beaches […]

Beaches Resorts Sesame Street Camp

Sesame Street Kids Camp and Child Care at Beaches Resorts Our family traveled to the Beaches Resort at Turks and Caicos last month. We were drawn to the family friendly options and the kid specific programs, like the Sesame Street Camp. First, there were so many activities for the kids to do, outside of swimming […]

Top Family Vacation Destination

Vacation Ideas for Families It’s a new year! Time to kick off those New Year’s resolutions, begin those home reorganization projects and plan the family vacations for the year! In our house, starting in January, we start to map out where we want to vacation that year. Maybe it is because of the cold we […]

Sesame Street Teaches Kids Kindness

Everyday Heroes Club Sesame Street announced a new initiative, Sesame Street’s Everyday Heroes Club, to continue its mission of helping kids grow smarter, stronger and kinder. With the increase of cyber bullying and the hustle and bustle of society, Sesame Street wanted to raise kids up to be kind (and teach parents to be kind […]

I am Worth Something

At the Social Media on the Sands Conference, there was a speaker named Lori Lorenz from HP. During her presentation, she asked a variety of questions like, who has led a Marketing Team or who has been on a Leadership Team. If the answer was ‘Yes’ to any of the questions, you took one step […]

Sesame Street Character Breakfast

We got to experience the Sesame Street Character Breakfast at the Beaches Resort on Turks and Caicos on our trip recently. We were hosted as part of the Social Media on the Sand conference and it was a great experience. The Sesame Street Character Breakfast is an addition cost in the all-inclusive vacation at Beaches […]

Red Lane Spa Skin Care Line

If you are on the hunt for a new skin care line, then I have one you should consider. It has ingredients that are indigenous to the Caribbean, but the products are made in the USA. With scents that invoke memories (or desire) of a Caribbean vacation, the products in this new skin care line […]

Sandals Reading Program

Scholastics Books and the Sandals Foundation support reading. When I traveled to the Caribbean recently on behalf of a blogging trip, we brought down supplies to support the Sandals Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that gives 100% of its donations (monetary and in-kind supplies) to schools in the Caribbean. You can read more about […]

Sesame Street Sees Amazing in Autism

Sesame Street Supports the Spectrum To combat the stigma and isolation so often experienced by children with autism – and the parents raising them – Sesame Street is embarking on a nation-wide initiative, “See Amazing in All Children.” Sesame Street has always seen the best in children, and has always encouraged its viewers to be […]

Tech Gifts for Crafty People

The 2015 holiday season is upon us and one of the toughest gifts I have to shop for, are the gifts for my crafty friends and family. I always like to take it up a notch and give them something to make their crafting unique, and often, that turns to tech. Here are my top […]

Unique Items for the Beach

Cool items for a hot beach vacation! Having spent a week in a tropical resort (the Beaches Resort to be specific!) there were some great items that made their way into my beach bag and soon became my must have favorites for a beach vacation. Here are my top unique items for the beach. First […]

A Relaxing Family Vacation

You might have to go to Beaches Resort to get it! If your family is like our family, the concept of a relaxing family vacation is an oxymoron. Either you are running around keeping the kids entertained, or the kids get bored really fast and start complaining. Either way, you come back from the week […]

Pack for a Purpose

When I travel to the Caribbean in a matter of weeks, I won’t be just wondering what shoes to pack or if I remembered my sunscreen. I’ll also be taking down a suitcase of supplies for Pack for a Purpose. The Pack for a Purpose Project is part of the Sandals Foundation. Many of you […]

The Pink Thread Project

It’s October, which means apple picking, cooler weather and shorter days. Yet, it is also Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are many organizations and businesses that fundraise and support this cause, but there is one effort that I thought was new and unique that I wanted to share with you. It’s called the Pink Thread […]

Toes to Bows: FlipOut Sandals

If you love to accessorize, why not accessorize your shoes? I mean, really, do your jeans and shirts have to have all the fun? I received a complimentary pair of FlipOut Sandals to wear to an upcoming trip to a Beaches Resort. As it is currently pouring rain outside, I’m [desperately] estactic about some fun […]

About Me

One of the Top Boston Mom Bloggers A lot of people think my actual name is Charlene Chronicles. It is not! Rather, I am Charlene DeLoach and I chronicle my fun finds, experiences and activities here at CharleneChronicles.com. Learn more about my story, stay and read, follow my social channels or sign up for my […]

Sunscreen Safety

Here Comes the Sun. For many of us, the summer means long sunny days outside – at BBQs, pools and beaches. Yet, those sunny days can be deadly. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 2 million cases of basal and squamous cell skin cancer are diagnosed each year, while more than 68,000 people […]