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Baggage magazine subscription

Baggage is a magazine for single parents that love to travel. It is filled with recommendations for products that will make your life easier as well as fantastic destinations with plenty to entertain you and your child. Buy a single issue or subscription to Baggage magazine.

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£8.89 Buy Buy the current issue of Baggage
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About Baggage Magazine Subscription

Baggage is for solo parents that travel and is a magazine that will help and inspire you on your adventures.

It was created by award winning travel journalist and editor Jo Gardner, known for her work on National Geographic Traveller. She is a single parent who loves to travel, and wants others to be able to do the same.

It is filled with reviews of useful products you can take with you on a variety of holidays and travels, destination and travel reviews so you can make an informed decision when organising your next adventure, advice, facts, and more.

It is a must read for single parents, no matter the types of holiday you want with the kids.

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