8 Confessions About The Evolution Of Our Personal Nomadic Life

An occasional self reflection is good and sharing these reflections is even better. So, we’ve created a little confession list below to allow you, or friends and family, to peer into our nomadic life as it looks today.
You’re probably hoping to find out a few of our dirty little secrets or maybe you’re hoping we’ve discovered the meaning of life itself. Yup, you nailed it. We have, so read on.


OUR EVOLUTION SERIES:

The Evolution Of Our Nomadic Life: Part 1 of 3
8 Confessions About The Evolution Of Our Personal Nomadic Life: Part 2 of 3
The Evolution Of Our Working Nomadic Life: Part 3 of 3


 

#1: We identify as bi.

Coastal. We still consider ourselves nomadic, absolutely. Although our current plans might be better described as bi-coastal. Continue reading 8 Confessions About The Evolution Of Our Personal Nomadic Life

The Evolution Of Our Nomadic Life

Everything Changes.

Think back to 2009, what were you doing then? How much has life changed in 5 years? Go ahead, recount the last five years. Weddings, babies, funerals, new jobs, new homes, new places, new loves, more birthdays…  For us, our ideas about travel, about work, where we call ‘home’ and certainly our ages… *throat clear* our ’maturity’ (Dennis turned 40 in 2014) have all changed.

So in an attempt to reflect on our changes and share our experiences we’ve put together a three part blog post about how our life has developed from the day we started this nomadic life until now.  Below is the first part and it focuses on our evolving travel style, next we’ll be talking about the evolution of our personal life, and last we’ll share about the evolution in our work life.

The Evolution Of Our Nomadic Life: Part 1 of 3
8 Confessions About The Evolution Of Our Personal Nomadic Life: Part 2 of 3
The Evolution Of Our Working Nomadic Life: Part 3 of 3

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Living with No Place to Call Home

Into The Rabbit Hole.

About every few months it seems as though the world throws all of our plans, our ideas, and our doormat up into the air. When our things land, everything has changed.

We hop from place to place, dreams to realities, house-sitting, van dwelling, to motorhome life, and back again. It seems as though we’ve jumped into a rabbit hole, feet first.

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An Interview with RV Life Magazine. Our Story, “The Simple Life.”

Step inside ’cause it’s cozy in here and we can’t wait to show off our good lookin’ old bus and tell you our story.

Even though we were in the warm January desert, surrounded by the open Anza Borrego landscape, our eighty square foot living room ended up being the ideal spot for our story to unwind. Rene Agredano, writer for RV Life Magazine and half of the Live Work Dream Team, stepped into our old bus and this is what she discovered about us.

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How You Can Turn Dinosaur Mechanics Into A Path for Simpler Living

January started with a bang and then just about fizzled out before we had a chance to say goodbye.

We moved back into our bus after being estranged from it for over six months. Wasting no time we headed out to the desert for a New Years Eve celebration with a junket of rambling friends. Life couldn’t get much better as we kicked off the upcoming year, until of course, we were stopped dead in our tracks.

By the end of January, our one week of boondocking in the desert had turned into an unexpected three week adventure and education. The abrupt change of plans would end up granting us a clearer perspective into the path for simpler living we seek. But we didn’t realize this at that moment. And just like that tall creamy glass of Guinness beer that changed our course last winter, we kissed our well laid plans goodbye once again and cleared room for what was to come.

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