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, including one of our most-read articles about How We Afford to Travel Full-time.
Not Everyone Can Drive the World: Distressing Truths About Passport Inequity
In the past, I considered travel to be a matter of willpower. Yes, travel requires some money. But with willpower, we are capable of making hard choices and sacrifices to
How We Afford to Travel Full-time
The number one question we’re asked is, “How do you afford to travel full-time?” We get it. For most people, lack of money is the biggest hurdle to accomplishing that
Did You Miss Our Video Q&A About Full-time Overlanding?
We know you have a lot of questions about full-time overlanding, traveling with kids, working on the road, and what it’s like to overland internationally. So we try to do
How to Wash Dirty Laundry at Camp
There are a few mysteries when it comes to overlanding: how do you use the bathroom? How do you cook? What about showers? And right up there among the essential
Why We Finally Decided to Start a YouTube Channel
Until recently, we could barely find the bandwidth to watch YouTube videos, not to mention make them ourselves. Every time we considered starting a YouTube channel, our first thoughts were
The Long Game: How We’ve Worked 10 Years to Reach Our Travel Goal
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
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
What It Looks Like to Empty the Closet for Fulltime RV Life
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