Photo by @sayhelloamerica

For some of us, travel and family are inextricably linked. Long, cramped car rides, annual vacations — plenty of forms of travel originate in our childhood, with those who know us best. As we get older, those trips may shift to include families of our own. There are even more personal intersections of family and travel that arise — spurred by our loved ones’ past journeys, or delving into a faraway lineage. This week, come to our chat with memories and dreams alike; we want to chat about any and all ways that our loved ones inspire our wanderings.

This Thursday, Jan. 14 at 2pm ET, we’ll be joined by co-hosts who have made family irrevocable parts of their travels:

Christine Amorose (@cestchristine): blogger, often travels with her family to important places
Caroline Coupe (@lovelivetravel): travel blogger, has followed her family roots to Scotland

If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:

Q1 – 2:00pm EST
Family travel can mean traveling with family, learning about them, or tracing them. Which have you done? Which would you like to try?

Q2 – 2:06pm EST
Is there a trip with your family that stands out to you? Why? Share a photo!

Q3 – 2:12pm EST
Where have you been that stands out as a good place to travel with family? Why so?

Q4 – 2:18pm EST
What do you think you gain from family travel over traveling alone, or with friends?

Q5 – 2:24pm EST
How do you best handle challenges or frustrations on family trips?

Q6 – 2:30pm EST
Have any of your travels been inspired by your family’s heritage or past adventures? How so?

Q7 – 2:36pm EST
Has your perception of family travel changed over time at all? In what way?

Q8 – 2:42pm EST
Is there a family trip you haven’t taken but want to? Where, and why?

Q9 – 2:48pm EST
Has travel strengthened your sense of family in some way? How?

Q10 – 2:55pm EST
Who inspires you to incorporate family more into your travels? Share a story of theirs!