Tag: RV

Lessons from a Year on the Road

testingLessons from a Year on the Road

We all learn things in a year, true. Take yourself out of “reality,” put yourself in an RV, alone, move every few days, and see what you learn now. A lot. As my trip nears its end (I arrive on my parents’ doorstep in 19 days), my thoughts are turning reflective–even more so than usual. […]

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Sabbatical from my Sabbatical

Now I know what it feels like to be a celebrity. Well, kinda. I used to be annoyed by actors who “need” to take a year off after back-to-back films, or singers who “require” extended R&R after a tour. I mean come on–we all work hard but celebrities have assistants to cook and run errands. […]

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Even a Full-Time Traveler Needs a Vacation

Full-time travel is NOT like vacation. Plus, don’t you always feel the need for vacation when you get home from vacation? You’re tired, you’ve experienced a lot, and still have chores and projects to do. Plus gobs of laundry. That’s where I am right now–in need of NO stimulation. Slow Down There, Missy I’ve been […]

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Living in an RV

You asked, and finally I deliver. We have video upon video about towing the trailer, setting it up for travel, setting up utilities at the campground, and a tour of the space. Go make some popcorn, this is going to take a while. I’ll wait. Go ahead. You’re likely thinking, “How long could this really […]

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