How we became the accidental minimalist couple after starting a life of full-time RVing in 2007.
Our opinionated guide to finding the best small and mid-sized towns to live and make a living in across the U.S.
As we moseyed from Washington to Northern California, my head was filled with so many thoughts about the benefits of full-time RVing and traveling.
Photos that explain why we do what we do when we are crazy enough to tackle a workamping job along with other things we do to make money on the road.
Find a local laughter yoga club and practice intentional laughter to better cope with physical pain, work stress, or the challenges of living on the road.
The tiny house hipster hypocrisy expose gets me thinking about what stuff means to me as a full-time RVer.
After 11 years on the road, we have a travel pattern that we love. The truth about the full-time RVers travel routine is this: sometimes, predictability is a good thing.
While working at the Tucson Gem Show I discover that when you decide to follow your bliss, kill your television and pursue your dreams, you become the boss of time.
Every RVer can relate to our short list of things you only hear RVing, but we know there’s more so tell us the wacky things you say on the road.
While dry camping without cell service in Death Valley, we go back to the era when THERE WERE NO CELL PHONES.
Jim shares recent photos from desert boondocking sites and favorite restaurants in the southwest, and explains why you don’t see them so much here anymore.