August 18, 2017

Traveling fulltime means Freedom! We have felt a freedom from things and activities and from the hectic pace of suburban life. That freedom is exhilarating, especially given the fact that the newness of the adventure has still not worn off!

Having worked since I was 16 years old, there was the routine of working. There was the getting ready for work, getting to work, the actual routine of the work day, scheduled breaks and the routine of the commute home and the routine of getting ready to do it all over again. When I taugh...

August 17, 2017

Planning the epic fulltime family adventure of a lifetime involves creativity, flexibilty and the ability to be calm under pressure. There are so many wonderful things to see and never enough time to see it all. There are so many decisions about where to go and where to stay and what to do once you arrive, it can easily become overwhelming. The first step; however, is to START. 

We started online just looking at a map of the U.S. The first decision was whether to head west or east or straight north through the middle. We lo...

August 16, 2017

When planning an Epic Family Fulltime RV Adventure throughout the United States, where does one begin? There are 48 contiguous states, there's Canada and Mexico, there's Alaska that can technically be travelled by RV and then there's the question of How does one get to Hawaii? There's a lot of ground one can cover, and there is so much history within our beautiful country and the surrounding continent. How do you narrow it down and decide what to see and what not to see?

For us, we started with the goal of getting through t...

August 15, 2017

This question often comes to us from other well-meaning people and sometimes even ourselves. How can you afford to travel all the time? How can you do this type of lifestyle? Just over a year ago we sold our home, we made a small profit we put into savings and into a large down payment on our motorhome and began our journey not knowing just where it would lead us in the future. This week as we celebrate our One Year Nomadiversary we are looking back at all of the decisions we have made that have led us to this lifestyle.


August 14, 2017

It was just over one year ago today that we traded our 2400 square foot home in a nice, comfortable neighborhood with all of the typical suburban experiences for a hotel rooms, airbnb and a Class A Winnebago Sightseer. The nomadic life seems so antiquated. Visions of gypsies or of pioneers traveling through rough terrain into uncharted territory is what normally would come to mind as I thought about the idea of living in our RV. 

I figured there would be a lot of adjustments and I was really unsure whether or not this lifes...

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