7 Things We Hate About Full-Time Family Travel

1. Leaving Family and Friends We wrote a dedicated post on this one (The Hardest Thing About Life On The Road) and this still is and will always remain the #1 thing we hate about full-time family travel. It is definitely something we question. Living nomadically was never in our plans, then all of a sudden, it was. The …

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11 Ways You Know You Have Fulltime RV Kids

11 Ways You Know You Have Fulltime RV Kids

These are just some of the ways we know we have fulltime RV kids. They’ve taken this lifestyle in stride and have made it their normal. (FYI, that’s marker all over Knox, not some sort of weird rash that only fulltime RV kids would have) 1. They wake up in the morning and ask “What …

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RV Living With Kids – What We’ve Learned After 2 Years

We have lived full time on the road for 2 Years – WOW! We can’t believe it has been that long and on the other hand it feels like we have always lived this life of full time travels. Last year at this time I wrote a post about 10 Things We Learned From 365 …

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How We Keep Our Life Simplified

One of the reasons we started to look into making a life change was the desire to make our life more simplified. We had built this amazing house on a half acre lot and had tons of toys and things, but all of that started to feel so suffocating. The basement storage was overflowing, the house …

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18 Lies Full-Time RVers Tell Themselves

Here are the 18 lies I tell myself quite often. I’m sure other Full-Time RVers can relate. 1. That noise is totally normal. 2. I know exactly how tall my rig is. 3. I’ll save a ton of money not having a house. 4. I would never dump my gray water on the ground. 5. …

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What One Year of Fulltime Family Travel Around the US Looks Like

In 2015 we travelled to 14 states and visited countless National Parks, Mounuments, Museums, and more! Below is a timeline in pictures of our journey over the last year. We had a great year and we are excited to see what 2016 brings! Thanks for being on this journey with us and if you have …

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The Hardest Thing About Life On The Road

We knew it when we talked about hitting the road, we cried about it, we questioned it, and it is more than true. The hardest thing about life on the road is leaving your family and friends behind back home and then leaving friends that we make while on the road when we move on …

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Full-time Families Rally Time!!

We just got done with our 2nd Full-Time Family rally and it was amazing! Kimberly (who started and runs Fulltime Families) does an amazing job with making everyone feel welcome and planning out all of the activities for the week. There were 40 families here and over 100 kids. It is so cool to watch all …

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5 things I need when driving the Rig

We all need a little something to help us get from point A to point B.  Here are my top 5.  Let’s go!   5. Captain’s hat.  This is more of a primal instinct than a necessity and definitely the most important out of these 5.  I could go on and on about this one, …

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Impromptu Oil Change

So, we’re cruising down the *ahem* beautiful highway of West Virginia (no offense WV peeps), and all of a sudden my oil pressure drops really low and the light and buzzer on the dash start going off.  A few seconds later the pressure returned to a more normal number and light/buzzing stopped.  Whew!  I was …

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