For those who may not have figured it out yet, Alexandrea and I are unashamedly convinced that God, in his divine wisdom and power, brought the earth and all people into existence. Frankly, I do not see how anyone could believe anything otherwise. But, if you won’t take my word for it, and you won’t… Read More In The Beginning, God
Learning how to keep your business and personal life separate can be difficult at times, especially when you run a business out of your home! It is very important to set healthy boundaries for your family and even yourself, and that is why I have some solutions for you below, that might help you out!
If you are a virtual assistant and looking for different services you can offer your clients, let me help share some options with you! Below you will find 15 services you might be qualified to do, to offer in your portfolio to your clients! I think as a virtual assistant we have all been there… Read More 15 Services You Can Offer as a Virtual Assistant
Full-time travel comes with many questions from the naysayers. How are you going to make a living? Why are you going to leave your home for an extended period of time? What will people think of you? Aren’t you going to be a hippy? Fortunately, most people have never developed a sophisticated understanding of what… Read More The Joys Of Airstream Living
There’s a huge hole in the earth in rural Kentucky. And we went into it. I’ve been to Ruby Falls in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but this one tops the cake. Mammoth Cave National Park is one of those truly fascinating things that you just never hear a lot about, but it really is a must see… Read More Mammoth Cave: Review
It’s the most common question . . . “so, how do you guys make money?” We’ve gotten every response under the sun, from “oh you must have inherited money” to “you are just bums”. Well, I’m here to tell you how neither one of those things are true! We both work hard. Being connected to the… Read More How We Make Money On The Road (and how we stay connected)
Alex and I have been full-timing in the Airstream for two months. We’ve seen so much in such a short amount of time. We left South Carolina in late May and visited the Shenandoah Valley and Pennsylvania country. We spent our one year wedding anniversary in Williamsburg, Virginia (and ate the best steak on the… Read More We’re Going To Yellowstone!
Full-time Airstream travel is not always fun. In fact, it can be downright frustrating at times. In our last post, we spoke about the good things that we had experienced after week one. In this post, we speak about things that have gone wrong in the past month. Anyone that travels at all for any… Read More The Challenges of Full-Time Travel: The First Month
Alex and I made the plunge, like, 5 days ago. Now, I know many bloggers write first impression posts, including lots of negative ideas about things they didn’t expect. And though we too have experienced our own challenges over the past several days, let me assure you of something, dear reader: the benefits ALWAYS outweigh… Read More Full-Time Airstream Living: The First Days
If you haven’t met our precious Scarlett yet, let me introduce you. She’s a 50 pound, 7 month old Chocolate Lab. When we decided that we wanted to full-time in October of 2016, we also decided that it would be a good time to go ahead and get our new puppy…so that she wasn’t so… Read More Must-Haves When Travelling With A Dog (top 5)