So, we dropped the bombshell last week. We are leaving the travel life and moving back to the brick-and-mortar life in my childhood hometown. We have been looking back on our journey and looking forward to what’s coming next for us.
Earlier this year we bought a used camper to put on our seasonal lot in Vermont. This post talks about the camper, and how it stacks up with our other campers.
A deep look at our current camper, and how it compares to our previous camper.
I know a couple who, during their 2-year long full-time stint in their camper, stopped and was very happy to be out of their camper for good. They mentioned how much they missed having more-space, and dealing with harsh cold winters, as well as their struggles they had with some issues with leaks in their… Continue reading How Fast Should You Travel When Full-Time?
Life off-grid is about creating the life you want, not accepting the circumstances and expectations you’re given.
Setting up home base and discovering what comes next.
Living in the camper, but not being on the road yet has it’s challenges. Here’s a look into our day-to-day routine and what things we struggle with while we are still “Close to home”.
Learn how I downsized my dual-monitor setup into a compact, ergonomic 2-monitor setup compatible with our new life as full-time RVers.
When you live in a camper full time, the best way to stay sane is to feel at home no matter where you go. Here are 10 ways I made our camper feel more like home.
Downsizing for life in an RV can seem pretty daunting, but it’s a healthy exercise in knowing yourself and your needs.