Today is our 2 year Nomadiversary. Two years of traveling this beautiful country in our RV and we've barely scratched the surface. Wacky words of crazy wisdom we've learned. Or not!
What do you do with your sentimental items when downsizing to live in a RV? Here are a few suggestions that worked for us.
This was written beautifully by our youngest daughter. We wanted to share her story and her perspective on full-timing parents. My name is Daniana and I am the youngest daughter (and personally I would say best but Mom and Dad both say I’m only their favorite 21-year-old) of Stacy and Justin. While I am only… Continue reading Perspective From the Daughter whose Parents RV Full-Time
Wait -- How did we end up in Texas? Sit back. Get your drink of choice, and enjoy this story! It's definitely unique! It’s been a whirlwind few months for us. Typical fashion for our motto of “Opting Out of Normal”. In December we accepted a work camping job up in the Black Hills of South… Continue reading A 15 Minute Decision – Our Summer Plans Changed!
One year ago we sold two homes, and decided to live and travel full time in our RV. Come check out our journey! We'll share our memories and our mistakes.
Picking the right volunteer position for us was much harder than we ever imagined it would be. It's a personal or maybe spiritual decision for everyone. The purpose of this blog isn’t to bash or negate any certain organization, but when you actually dive into the research of how much goes back to the people,… Continue reading Raise Your Hand to Volunteering
Resolutions are like Graffiti. They can be beautiful. They can also be destructive, distracting, messy, confusing and overwhelmingly disappointing. Stacy Ford Hear me out before you think I’ve gone a little cray cray here. We don’t make goals or resolutions. “Opting Out of Normal” ya know! Living a life of no goals? What? You must think… Continue reading Resolutions Are Like Graffiti
Our 2017 year in review
Our top 10 most asked questions.
Yeah, we know … You read the intro, and it clearly said we quit our jobs and we’re going to live the dream of traveling through the US, skipping through the flowers, and eating ice cream. Well, that’s still true to a point. But this summer we decided to try what they call “workamping”. Essentially… Continue reading Workamping … wait what?