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.
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”.
We live in a world with a lot of stress and anxiety, but I try to take a broader view about raising my boys in a time when it feel like there’s so much chaos around us.
Our five year-old is thankfully one of the most social and adventurous little people that I know. When we first asked him about moving into the camper and traveling around the country he said, “Oh cool! Are we leaving tomorrow?”
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