I have a friend who is completely consumed by the need to constantly be in a relationship. She literally craves love and human companionship so much that she will jump from relationship to relationship, in one blissed out state to another, without ever giving herself time to appreciate the beauty of just being one with
Last year at this very same moment I was putting ideas and plans together that, in just a short period of time, would lead me to the path I am on today. I am absolutely amazed at how far I have come and how very ready I am to start this adventure! I’ve set
Perhaps it was because we lived in San Francisco/Oakland at the height of the hippie movement in the 60’s, but now that I am an adult, I realize my parents had a different way of thinking than most friends parents.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Why would you give up a normal life? Normal for one person is not normal for the next. Some people aspire to have a large home with lots of ‘stuff’. Some people seek to have a modest house in the suburbs with a couple of kids and doting husband. Some prefer
I need details. If you are having a grand adventure and I want to have that same adventure, but know people who have had a tough time enjoying RV travels in the area you’re exploring just fine, I need you to be sharing some knowledge. What are you doing that we didn’t think of? Do you
I may be a minimalist now, but I could have easily been a hoarder. Not because I am especially materialistic (though I was years ago), but mostly because I am sentimental. Three years ago my best friend John helped me move to a new apartment. I was not yet educated in the art of minimizing and
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)