Many of us probably can remember a trip, small or large, that opened our eyes to something we’d never thought about before. Whether a school trip to a nearby nature center or a family trip to distant places, travel can ignite our curiosity and allow us to see through new eyes. Now a new study shows that travel experiences when we are young may be associated with long-term educational outcomes, career choices and even income. This Mom Enough guest, Gary Oster from the U.S. Travel Association, discusses findings from this study conducted by the Wagner Group. And he joins Marti & Erin in reminiscing about transformative travel experiences in their own childhoods. TUNE IN HERE.