To get better health care for nomads like us, we are ditching our Texas domicile and switching to Colorado residency for Kaiser Health Insurance coverage.
How our short, sweet pandemic RV road trip confirmed that despite RVing’s popularity, there’s still so much to love about this lifestyle.
With RVing more popular than ever and campgrounds increasingly packed, the future of full-time RVing has been on my mind.
The biggest full-time RVing trade-off is losing community ties, but here are some things I intend to do to feel more connected to the people in one place that means a lot to full-timers like us.
How we became the accidental minimalist couple after starting a life of full-time RVing in 2007.
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.
If you think that cheap RV living during retirement means hanging up the keys in a mobile home park, John Oliver explains why that is a truly bad idea.
A celebration of twelve years full-time RVing and what it has meant for the way we live our life as child-free nomads.