One of the most common questions that we get asked after spilling the beans about living full-time in our Airstream goes something like this: “Oh, so you guys must eat out a lot then, right?” And our answer is always the same. “Umm…no. Why do you ask?” “You probably don’t have much of a kitchen, … Continue reading We live in an RV, not under a bridge!
One of the biggest changes inherent in our planned move from a house into a 200 sqft RV isn’t just the space that we’ll be living in while on the road. It’s also our Internet connection. Like most of us, we’re used to virtually unlimited broadband Internet access at home. But cellular based data connections … Continue reading Our adventures in limiting our Internet data usage
Oh crap, here we go. By now, we should have our rental home sold. Both my wife and I are nearing the end of our working careers. It’s the fall of 2016 and everything is coming together. Hopefully we’ve found our new home on wheels, detailed in Our Next Life part 3. The next step is … Continue reading Our Next Life series: Part 4 – Making the move!
In Our Next Life part 2, my wife and I have decided to sell or give away nearly all of our possessions, including our home, buy an RV, and live for years traveling the country and enjoying life on the road with our two rescued dogs. Our full time jobs will be done by the end … Continue reading Our Next Life series: Part 3 – Picking our next home
Phew. As we learned from part 1, the ol’ job that I never particularly enjoyed will be done by the end of 2016, along with my wife’s. Now, the rest of our lives can begin…lives of travelers and explorers, lives out in nature after trading out our 1600 sqft house with a pool for a 200 … Continue reading Our Next Life series: Part 2 – Selling almost everything we have
I swear, Courtney and I change our minds way too damn much. Actually, scratch that – I like to think of this as more of a “continuous refinement” process as we learn about truly what is possible in this world. There really is so much more to this world than what meets the eye. Recently, … Continue reading Could you live in an RV full time?