About

Welcome! I’m Danielle Stainton and I’ve founded this blog for your Little Roadies – our little travel companions who race alongside us each day. Little Roadies is an informational, lifestyle blog dedicated to living life in the present, with tidbits and insights on fun things to do with kids and pets.

Life these days often feels like a race to the finish line – sprinting through each day with that hopes that one day we can finally stop to smell the roses and reap the rewards. And although I’m an adult with many real financial and family responsibilities, it’s alarming to see our children and pets running the same race right alongside us. They’re exhausted from sprinting next to our side, just trying to keep pace.

I’m a dreamer and an optimist who believes in “putting yourself out there.” I’m constantly inspired by my experiences and those around me and avoid “idea killers” who tell me I will not succeed. Life is a gift worth taking chances for because you never know what tomorrow will bring.

Fueled by my love of animals and joy of spoiling them, I’ve also opened a fun Etsy shop which provides special, creative gifts for pet lovers and the furbabies who make our lives better just by being around. Please take a moment to browse my shop at www.littleroadies.etsy.com. I hope you will love my Little Roadies items as much as I enjoy creating them!

When I’m not busy crafting puppy gifts or bringing you inspiring reality checks from life on the go, I can be found working at my day job, with my lovable furbabies Zoey and Ryder, or spending quality time with family and friends. I’m also known as “Auntie Dee” to my beautiful niece Kallie and handsome nephew Jack who always remind me to be silly and live in the moment.

Have a question or want to get in touch? Email me: LittleRoadies (at) gmail.com

You can also follow my pup Ryder and his daily shenanigans via Twitter @LittleRoadies.

furbabies

Zoey & Ryder

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2 Responses to About

  1. Terri says:

    Love this Danielle. Great idea!

  2. Linda says:

    Good idea Danielle. We could all use this advice since we are all kids “inside”.
    Looking forward to following your blog.

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