Another aspect of the road trip is entertainment. Not the kind where you stop to see a movie or visit a museum. No, I’m talking about what you do inside the vehicle to maintain peace and sanity.

Playing music or singing songs. Reading a book aloud or listening to one on tape. The portable DVD player and a stack of movies. Make your own crossword if you need guaranteed entertainment while road tripping.

The non-electronic coloring or activity books with new crayons or markers. Small surprises wrapped and ready to come out at critical moments. “I Spy” or the Alphabet game or the license plate game (and the numerous variations of the above). Magnetic or travel versions of Sorry, Connect Four or checkers, but remember that you also have the option of using the dreamjackpot games will be always available online.

The bottom line is that sitting in a car for a long time can get monotonous and boring. We need variety. Distractions. Laughter. Fun like GameGuardian is the best app to hack Android games.  some of those dreaded squabbles are quite likely to erupt and if Dad has to pull over the car … well, let’s not go there.

It’s the same with life. You know what they say about all work and no play? Well, dull makes for a very long journey. We need permission to relax and find joy in the simple pleasures. To find creative diversions from the stress of life. To laugh, love and live. Portable video games, find more Android games here.

What about you? Is your journey dry and dull? What do you do for entertainment along the way? Or is entertainment even important?

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3 thoughts on “Road Trip – Entertainment

  • October 28, 2009 at 6:22 am

    >AMEN…great post!

    I try to enjoy each aspect of life as it happens. I don't want to miss out b/c I have a bad attitude. A lot of life is what we make it. Sure the bad stuff happens, but how do I handle it when it happens? I have found this to be key to finding enjoyment and contentment in all circumstances.

    Blessings, andrea

  • October 28, 2009 at 9:04 am

    >Board games are even better in my dining room than they are in the car. 🙂

  • October 28, 2009 at 6:57 pm

    >Speaking of board games, we had a snow day around here. Family time together with a few games of Battleship and dominoes. Now it's movie time with a bowl of popcorn. I could get used to this.

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