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
Tips For Surviving The Winter In Your RV
If the thought of spending the winter in your RV scares you, we’re not about to change your mind here. The fact is, despite your best efforts, some of you will find yourself faced with wintering in your RV sooner or later. You may have landed here, mid-freeze while looking for a way to de-ice your sewer tank, save on antifreeze, or simply warm your winter woes with a fellow RVer’s story of not so glorious poopcicles. Welcome!
So, we’ve gathered our list of needed preparations, recounted our total fails, and shared our tips and lessons learned while facing the winter in our RV.
Continue reading 300 lbs of Propane, A Poopcicle & Tips For Surviving The Winter In Your RV
Livin’ Every Year Like It’s The Last
Whether you’re stocking up on canned goods or choosing to abide by another datebook, the countdown to the last days of the Mayan calendar has begun. So we’ve put together a 2-part, “Last Year On Earth Guide” for surviving and living this year, like it’s the last.
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You’ve just stumbled upon a procrastinator’s gift giving paradise. Christmas Eve will never be the same again.
This year, forget the snooty salespeople at the mall, the bullying superstores crowds, or timing your online orders just right. This year, shop at a 24 hour Truck Stop.
Continue reading Truck Stop Gift Guide