Fear can rob us of a number of things if we let it. On one hand, healthy fear can be our friend. If we had no fears, we would do dumb things all of the time. On the other hand, fear that has a stronghold over us can really hold us back if we let […]Read More When Fear Stops You
I am finding that this traveling lifestyle has a lot to do with resilience. How flexible and I, and how determined am I to make it work? I guess every area in life has a way of working itself out if we are flexible and determined enough to see it through. We have grand plans […]Read More Make it work
We are often asked how we do what we do. We don’t have it all figured out, but we do have some basics we are happy to share! The first step to living a life of travel is figuring out how you can make it work, and working toward that goal. One of the most […]Read More Steps to Living a Life of Travel
We said goodbye to our old friend “Norm” this past year. Normal that is, you know, whatever whoever decided is the normal way of life these days. We no longer care if we have what our neighbor has, or how nice our cars are, we have traded all of that in. We have turned over […]Read More Goodbye, Norm!
We are back home in Ohio, it is the middle of April, and it is still snowing! How is this possible?! We were just in the 80 degree weather, experiencing summer-like weather in Phoenix, swimming everyday last week! We (especially me) loved being in warmer weather for a good part of this past winter. Only […]Read More Home is where the snow is?!
I think there has been a misunderstanding, not between you and me, but between all of us. It seems like everyone has a difference of opinion these days…about everything. We all have the right to vocalize it if we choose to, but just know as soon as you do, there will probably be someone who […]Read More I think there has been a misunderstanding
Our stay in the Phoenix area started with 3 days of dry camping at the beautiful Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, just a bit east of Phoenix. There are so many wonderful state parks in Arizona, many with camping sites, but you want to book them at least a couple of months […]Read More Family Fun in Phoenix
Is traveling in an RV cheaper than owning your own home? This all comes down to a couple of factors. First and foremost is how much you spend in your normal lifestyle, what your monthly home payments are and how expensive of an area you live in, and the second important factor is how you […]Read More Is Traveling in an RV cheaper than living in a House?
Have you ever gotten that realization in the moment you are in now? It just hit me as I was looking through some of our recent photos. For me, where I am right now, these are good days! I have had good old days before, and found some right here in the moment. I am […]Read More These Are The Good Old Days