For moms seeking to explore their outdoorsy side without sacrificing relaxation, South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach is a good option. The destination boasts 60 miles of stunning coastline to satisfy even the pickiest beachgoer, but offers up plenty of options for travelers who want to add some variety to their stay. Head to the south end of the Grand Strand to check out Brookgreen Gardens, a hidden gem whose lush gardens and interesting sculptures will appeal to moms while the on-site zoo will please the little ones. Another tip: admission is good for seven consecutive days, so you can come back again and again to explore.
This month, to help reward single mothers for endlessly caring for others and rarely putting themselves first, I have teamed up with Visit Myrtle Beach to put together a three-day, two-night vacation giveaway for one lucky single mom superstar project participant. The first person to sign up for the program will receive accommodations at a resort of their choosing – including options like Embassy Suites Oceanfront Resort at Kingston Plantation, Myrtle Beach Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes, and Marina Inn at Grande Dunes – in addition to a $100 gift card. The giveaway is valid for one year from the date of issuance, and blackout dates may apply. Listen to the Live call, From STUCK to Success: How to Divorce The Drama & Become A Single Mom Super Star, with Kerri Zane, The Single Mom Advisor Wednesday, September 11 5pm Pacific | 8pm Eastern. Click here for more details on the webinar and the free trip!
For more information about Myrtle Beach, check out the destination’s My Myrtle Beach Vacation. There are many themed packages to choose from. Unsure of which style best fits your family? Visit the destination’s Facebook page to take the quiz.
Guest Writer – Kerri Zane
Kerri is an Emmy award winning television executive producer, healthy living expert, single mom advisor, speaker, and author of “It Takes All 5: A Single Mom’s Guide to Finding the REAL One.” published by Morgan James, (November 2012). She is the family travel expert for Peter Greenberg Online, a regular contributor to What’s Up For Kids as well as various mommy blogs.