Nomad Life, Off the Beaten Path, Travel

Our Nomad Beginning ~ Why We Sold Everything and Moved Into Our RV!

Our story is simple. We were tired of living on everyone else’s terms in life. Tired of the rate race, and never having time to spend in our dream home. We never had time to give of ourselves because we spent so much time striving for the next new item. Come check out why we decided to let it all go and live simply, give more and expect less. 

We are really slow at making videos, but we were asked to make one describing our nomad beginning. It was posted on Hebards Travels YouTube channel, and our very similar one (we did a few changes on our own) is posted here:

 

 

We’d love you to follow along on our journey ahead. Where we explore internally as well as the world around us. All while living in 39 feet where we will make memories and mistakes, and live life to our fullest. Tomorrow is never promised, so we are living our dreams today! 

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4 thoughts on “Our Nomad Beginning ~ Why We Sold Everything and Moved Into Our RV!”

  1. Your video was excellent! And I love your posts via email. I am in Texas for the winter in the camper but my girlfriend and I hope to go full timing in the next year or so. So we will be following you folks closely. Thanks again, safe travels, and have a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year!

    Dan Healy

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    1. Thank you. We just arrived in Corpus Christi to start our three weeks in Port Aransas. It was surreal driving through Rockport this afternoon and seeing the piles of debris stacked in the median. Happy Holidays to you and if you have any questions feel free to ask.

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