Welp, it’s happening. After 4 years of full-time travel, we’ve decided it is time to slide back into the rhythms of “normal” life.
Our winter home has been damaged, and it’s unclear if we’re ever going to live in it again. As a result, we find ourselves making due, but we’re asking for help.
We set up a shed on our seasonal lot in Vermont, and I’m so happy with the results. This post talks a bit about how we built the shed, and the platform it’s built on.
You never know what life is going to throw at you, the only thing that matters is how you respond to it.
We are be no means “camping experts,” (in fact this is the first time I have ever stayed in camper), but given that I want to provide the insight into how our non-camper family of four moved to full-time camper living. (Some affiliate links included for the products that work for us.) When we first… Continue reading Family of Four Moved to Full-Time Camper Living
Changing Pace… We are all about doing this differently around here and we have been skirting around some big lifestyle shifts for a very long time. I started with practicing gratitude, flipping the script on the ‘boring’ tasks of being a stay-at-home mom, I read Essentialism by Greg McEwan, I got into Kon Mari then… Continue reading Casual Weirdness, Indeed