Travel Secrets to Help You Get Home for the Holidays

Laura Begley Bloom, editor in chief of Yahoo Travel, reveals great tips for when you hit the road.
3:01 | 12/04/15

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All that weather brought to you by smithfield. So many of us hitting the road for the holiday. We wanted to bring in yahoo!'s travel fwrguru. The word you want to remember is halt. These four letters stand for the four things you want to avoid to keep you and your family happy during the holiday travel season. Let start with "H." "H." Hunger. It can cause tensions. You want to pack great travel snax. My family loves these products. The snapea crisps, they're high-protein and low-calorie. The Smucker's uncrustables. And Welch's fruit snax. My daughters love these. "A"? "A" is for angry. What can solve that? A couple of thingses. You want to book the first flight of the day. The first flight of the day is less likely to be delayed. Less time in the airport for your child to run around. You want to make sure everybody doesn't board at once. Send one adult on the the plane with the luggage. The other can stay out and let the children run around and burn off steam. That's a good idea. "L"? "L" is for lonely. Keep your kids entertained. Toys and books they have never seen before. We love -- You can only pull it out once you're on the road. Exactly. That will keep them going for a lot longer. The view master is the modern version of the view master we knew as kids. It's gone virtual reality. Also, the boogieboark is a version of the iPad. The rabbit who can't fall asleep is designed by a scientist that your child will fall asleep. And a great series I loved. A star wars comic book series. "T"? Tired? You want to bring along products that will remind your children of home and acclimate them to travels. A blamnket. A pillow. If your child sleeps in the car, be driving when they're sleeping. And finally? This is lug lug. It's a little gps-equipped device that you can put in your luggage so if your bag should go mying while you're traveling, you can track it on your iPad or your smartphone. Go in here, see that the bag is right now -- Not moving. It's at 44th and Broadway in times square. Great to have. Great tips right there. Thank you for coming in. Coming up, more countdown to Christmas.

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