Meet The NomadiCats: Basil and Freddie

In “The Inspiration to Full-Time” series of posts, I shared the various epiphanies that led to my decision to travel full-time.  The Minimalists and The Office Hobo being 2 of the first major influences.  What I didn’t detail in those blog posts was the influence my cats, Basil and Freddie, had (and continue to have)

Love And Healing Energy For Happily Houseless

This is not the blog post I had prepared to post this morning.   The one I prepared yesterday afternoon was quickly put on the back burner last night after dinner. As I normally do daily, I pulled up my subscription feed on YouTube after dinner last night.  The first videos that always get watched, and

Living In A Van Down By The River… Maybe

A month ago, if you would have told me I would consider anything other than a very small Class C motorhome for my travels next year, I would have told you that you didn’t know me very well.  I keep my mind open to every option, but some just seem more realistic than others.  

Old Friends, New Friends, Future Friends And Hugs!

I’m really focused on preparing my life for traveling full-time next year and a couple of friends have noticed.  I’m simply not around as much.  After working a full-time job, then spending the majority of my spare time focusing on my ‘side hustles‘, there isn’t much time left for socializing.  Luckily I have a very

My Unlikely Airstream Love Affair

I have always loved Airstream trailers.  Despite my past towing fails and concerns about hitching/unhitching as a solo traveler, I would still love to own an Airstream.  I would happily live in a 23 ft Flying Cloud or perhaps even a 22 ft Sport, and never regret my purchase.  I am told that the quality

Won’t You Be Scared And Lonely On The Road Alone?

When I tell people my plans to travel full-time next year, they always have a ton of questions.  With only a few rare exceptions, the first question they ask is one of these two: Aren’t you scared? Won’t you be lonely? Honestly, it never occurred to me to be scared at first, and the minor

Mobile Living: What The Heck Do You Plan To Live In?

Mobile living is a fantastic adventure, but choosing the right home can be a daunting challenge.  After making the final decision to totally change my lifestyle and travel full time, I still can’t tell you what my mode of transportation will be when I leave in 2016.  I know it will be a camper of