Whew. After several long driving days in a row, we finally crossed into Florida last night. It’s been a busy week with lots of miles under our tires. And we look forward to catching up on a lot of stuff over the coming days before we make our final push to our winter spot in Cedar Key.
I’ve not had time or energy to put thought into a helpful blog post this week.
So, I’m cheating a bit here and instead going to link to a whole bunch of past helpful content that you might not have caught before, or forgotten about.
It’s kind of a guiding light to our blog, I suppose.
More About Us
- Our Start Here Page – The short story of who we are, and basically the rest of this post.
- Our Full(er) Story – How we met, who we are, our various forms of travel thus far and how we earn our income as we roam.
- Our Home on Wheels – A tour of our current nomadic home – an awesome 1961 vintage bus. Also includes links to our bus project logs.
- Our Mobile Gear – A listing of some of the gear that enhances our mobility – from tech, to toys to practical household items.
- Our Monthly Cost Log – We’ve shared our travel cost log online for years, and you’re welcome to view it.
- Our Resources Page – Listing of all our ‘for sale’ items – eBooks, apps, consulting sessions and calendars.
Life on the Road
Curious about hitting the road yourself? In addition to writing about our own travel adventures, we also share a lot of practical and ‘thinky’ content about how we’ve made it work:
This is our series of articles about the logistical aspects of living a nomadic life. We offer it as a free blog series, or as a convenient eBook on a ‘pay as you wish’ basis for those who wish to contribute to the costs of maintaining this site and help keep us inspired to keep sharing. Enjoy!
Some of the topics in the series:
Our video interview series – we love meeting up with our nomadic friends in our travels, so we decided to start filming interviews with them so you can meet them too. Our way is not the only way.
We now have a collection of over 20 (!!) interviews produced, and try to release a new one monthly. Check this series out, there’s some serious inspiration here from a wide variety of folks living on the road and making it happen.
Want to meet more fellow working on the road nomads? Here’s our extensive listing to blogs of Fellow ‘Younger’ RVing Nomads.
In addition to the interview series, we’ve also been hosting monthly(ish) live video streams, and have them all archived here.
We depend on mobile internet for our livelihood, and have tried a lot of options. We tried to write one concise blog post about this topic, but wow – we had a lot to say. So it became a book – The Mobile Internet Handbook. Everything we’ve learned about keeping connected while on the road – cellular data, WiFi, satellite, setting expectations and more.
Our articles specific to mobile technology and connectivity, including:
We also have developed two mobile apps to specifically address issues in our own RVing lifestyle:
Coverage? – Overlays the major cellular carriers coverage maps, so we always know what to expect for keeping online.
State Lines – Summarizes over 50 states laws and regulations that affect us travelers as we cross state lines.
Our ‘thinky’ posts about the nomadic lifestyle in one place – including:
Our articles specific to RVing, including:
- Case Studies of Full Time RVing Workspaces & Offices
- Gift Giving Guide for Full-Time RVers
- Healthcare on the Road (Updated for the Affordable Care Act!)
- Tips and Tricks for a Versatile RVing Wardrobe
- Our 10 Most Surprising Things about Full Time RVing
- Our House is in the Shop (when your RV breaks down)
- Realities of Living & Traveling in a RV Full Time (video)
- Setting up our Domicile in Florida (Why, how and how much)
- Full Timers Perspective on Fuel Costs
- Selecting an RV for Full Timing
Given the number of questions we get on a wide variety of topics we’ve written about before, I’m hoping some of this is useful reminders.
I sometimes forget just how much content we’ve written here over the past 7 years. Wow.
If you’ve appreciated all we’ve shared over the years, we always greatly appreciate hearing it!
Please don’t ever hesitate to leave a comment or show your appreciation in other ways. It really does help keep us inspired to keep sharing.