Deciding to travel is the hardest step. But–not gonna lie–a bit of knowledge and planning can save you a lot of time, money, and heartache.
We’ve been traveling full-time since February 2014. Here are a few of the travel tips we’ve learned during that time.
I don’t set out to deceive. When I’m in front of an audience, the minute hand of the clock swooshes around with barely enough time to make my main point.
To everyone who has ever said that RVing requires flexibility… I really don’t want to hear it. No, really. My husband will attest to the fact that I’ve basically been
Everything has been breaking lately. We purposely went to see our mechanic before leaving Central Texas, and pretty much the second after, the issues started. I won’t go into all
We moved out of our Austin apartment and into our RV on February 21, 2014. Two days later, we started a radically different lifestyle of fulltime travel as we left Austin for
I knew I would have to come back to Austin for the remainder of my pregnancy. I knew we were going to need to stay for Caspian’s vaccinations through six months. But
Not knowing how to earn an income on the road is the number one factor that keeps people who want to fulltime RV from doing it. I actually made that
There are numerous membership programs for RVers, each with their own perks. Signing up for all of them is budget suicide, but deciding which ones are right for you can save