Any kind of change can be scary. And when you’re considering leaving a traditional life behind – one that society deems as ‘acceptable’ – to hit the road and live a more nomadic kind of life, there may be some who think you’ve gone mad. Every time we try to step outside of the norm to follow our hearts and our dreams, there are bound to be naysayers. Don’t let them hold you back. Your soul is calling you. The open road is calling you. The first step is always the hardest, yet when you read the stories of others who have gone before you, it will show you that this life is not only possible, but truly enriching… and once you’ve stepped into it, you won’t look back. The stories below will inspire you to keep your dream alive and take the next steps to make it happen.
I (Julie) recently had the honor of being interviewed for a Podcast by Ingrid Lantz of Chockalife – a website about “Living a Life Less Ordinary” – oh yeah, that tagline is right up my alley! As soon as I read the blog intro for Chockalife, I knew Ingrid and I would have a fantastic conversation, and we sure did! As a fellow
One of the best things about our life on the road is the incredible variety of people we meet from all places, backgrounds and walks of life. We hear so many interesting stories and want to introduce some of them so you can be inspired by them too. We’re delighted to bring you Leslie and Troy Nelson (now full-timers) who we met
OMG! Can you believe it!? We’ve been living on the road full-time for 1 year as of June 19. Yep, we actually celebrated our one-year anniversary as we came full circle back to Colorado over the summer. As per usual, we sat down to record our honest thoughts, feelings, tips and insights – this time
We’ve officially been living and working from the road in our motorhome for 6 months! It’s amazing how the time has flown by and how much has happened. Just a few months after our 3 months on the road progress update. We sat down at our campground in beautiful Palm Springs, CA to share the
It was only a couple of weeks ago that we shared our feelings and experiences since hitting the road – in our blog post “The truth about how we’re adjusting” – in a Q&A format with perspectives from all 3 of us. In this video, we sat down for a bit of face to face time to talk casually
The Holcombe Family, their RV and kayaks. Photo Credit: Peter Holcombe Photography Why was our chance meeting with a full time traveling/working/kayaking family on the American River such a synchronous one? It’s one of the things we love most about our travels – we never quite know what’s going to happen next, what surprises might come our way and who
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