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
I was off work the Wednesday before Thanksgiving so I woke up ready to tackle some writing projects and complete some work on a new website I am developing. I was pretty motivated and excited to get some real progress made as I opened my laptop to begin my work. I was unaware my computer
I just got an email from a friend who has family visiting for the Thanksgiving holiday. It got me thinking about my family and the families of the men I now call exes. Let’s just say I have had some interesting family gatherings over the years. Here is a list of things, from all
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.
As I gleefully (yes I said ‘gleefully’) plan my life of full-time travel, I remember what is has been like throughout my life as someone who frequently relocated. It started when I was just a baby and carried right over into my adult life. I’ve never really settled down, and I like it. It’s almost
I am one of those annoyingly optimistic people. I definitely have down days and have been known to become frustrated with situations just like everyone else, but I make a concerted effort to overcome those feelings and work to see the positive in every situation. It can take me a minute, but I am serious