The beauty of the web is immediate access to loads of information on any topic. The downside of this benefit is that it is becoming increasingly challenging to effectively sift through all the content and find reliable resources and recommendations for anything … not just travel.
I’m always excited to find a website and/or newsletter that speaks to me. Suzanne’s Files is one of those resources. Suzanne is the woman behind the content and per my sentiments above, her goal is to “cut through the noise” and provide reviews of lifestyle items — travel, arts & culture, food, shops, and wellness to name a few. Family-focused content is one category she covers and obviously that is of interest … but I also like her reviews outside of kids as well.
Suzanne’s Files is a high-end resource. In her bio, Suzanne talks about quality, not luxury, as her sweet spot. My feelings about Ciao Bambino content are identical — it’s not always about finding luxury (particularly with kids!) — it’s about identifying credible, extraordinary experiences.
The content on Suzanne’s Files is made of up Suzanne’s own finds, and also comments from Insiders — a set of contributors that share Suzanne’s passion for quality. Yours truly recently joined her Insiders list …
You can investigate Suzanne’s finds on the website, but I also recommend signing up for her newsletter — it is short and sweet, yet provides just the kind of insight you’d want to see in your inbox. For a taste of her family-focused content, see recent newsletters about Eight Great Family-Friendly Summer Destinations in the USA and Great Stroller-Friendly Restaurants.
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