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)
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
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.
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
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
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 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