This is part of our Opting Out of Normal series where we explore the "Off the Beaten Path" of every state. We hope to upload a new state, every Saturday. Enjoy! When was the last time you did something for the first time?
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
Having a hard time knowing how to organize your RV, or small living space? New to organizing an RV? Check out our list of must-haves. We are living full-time in our RV, and this is a great list of items we found helpful.
Full time RV living and traveling? Have an RV that just needs better organization? We have some great ideas here!
Want to learn some of our favorite free camping areas? We love sharing our finds!
525,600 Minutes. 8,760 hours. 52 weeks. 365 days. Today is our 1 year Nomad-iversary! 365 days ago, we pulled out of our driveway for the last time. Leaving one dream behind and starting a new one. Leaving behind “normal” and the comfort of everything we had built, into the complete unknown from one moment… Continue reading 31,536,000 Seconds
Can we just say how hard it was to narrow this down to our top 5! WOW! We travel with a mind set that every single place we visit, big or small, popular or not, has amazing beauty in this country. We are so fortunate to see such grand beauty in this country of ours.… Continue reading Our Top 5 Epic Travel Picks for 2017
When we made the decision to sell our home, move into 39 feet and travel this beautiful country, one of my thoughts was how would I incorporate my crafty side, and where would I store an entire office space full of crafts? Well, the short answer is, I couldn’t! But photography and scrapbooking my memories… Continue reading Scrapbooking in 39 Feet
First let me say I don’t consider myself a professional photographer. Although last time I looked, you didn't need a degree to consider yourself a professional. You just need the passion, and a few skills. I have always loved taking photos, but it really all began when our youngest daughter came home from school on… Continue reading My Top 6 Photography Tips
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