Everyone loves to save money. For many, this becomes even more true when they take up full-time RVing. In fact, a good number of us full-timers—my family included—work hard to slash our budgets and make this lifestyle affordable on a relatively small income. As I’ve mentioned before, one of the ways we save the most… Continue reading Budgeting on the Go: Campground Memberships, Clubs, and Loyalty Programs
Recently my boys and I had the pleasure of visiting the Sarasota area. This was not actually a trip we had planned to take, but after researching things to do around the campground we were visiting, we realized how nearby the city was and decided to check it out. This was an excellent decision, and… Continue reading Seeking Out Sights Near Sarasota
When I first began researching full-time RVing I was skeptical about my family’s ability to afford this way of life. After all, we are far from wealthy people, and we are not retired. In fact, we were, at the time, still working stationary jobs. Still, I thought it was a possibility that was worth looking… Continue reading Budgeting to Go: The Power of Reciprocal Memberships
Books are an amazing thing. They are both a way to find information and a way to escape to magical worlds. They entertain you in times of boredom, and comfort you when times get rough. For these reasons, there was absolutely no way we were going to give up books and reading when we set… Continue reading Reading While We Roll: Ebooks and Libraries and More, Oh My!
I've always known I would homeschool my kids. My siblings and I were homeschooled, and I truly believe it's a large part of what made me the free thinker I am today. My experiences as a homeschooled student were incredible. So of course, I wanted to give my kids the same thing. A couple years… Continue reading Rules of the Road: How to Ensure You are Roadschooling Legally
Nearly every time I tell someone how we live I get some version of the same question. "How do you afford that?" seems to flow freely from the mouths of strangers as if personal finance is acceptable first conversation content because we live a differently than they do. I don't really mind it though. In… Continue reading Funding Your Fun: How to Make Money on the Road
For the past couple of weeks my little guy has been teaching himself how to swim in the campground pool. I have not helped him in any way. Instead, I've sat idly by as he learned the ropes of propelling himself through water on his own, only helping if he specifically asked for it or… Continue reading They Will Learn: The Relaxed Homeschooler’s Mindset