Overcoming Fear of Travel

This guest post from Faith Takes Flight talks about facing your fears of travel. After a troubling experience in 1993, Heather Ledeboer traveled to Florida with her family 20+ years later and faces old memories that could’ve easily kept her away from a place that provided her and her family with experiences of a lifetime.  Heather is an amazing writer. If you haven’t checked out her blog, I highly recommend it! I spent most of my…

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Kitchen Items For The Minimalist

Life as a minimalist doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality. In fact, we probably have more quality items now than we did in our old house (feels that way, anyways). Because when you’re a minimalist, YOU ACTUALLY USE ALL YOUR STUFF! And when you use all your stuff, you realize pretty quickly which items you need, which items you don’t need, and which items you need to be quality. Living in an RV, we’re very…

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Watch These and You May Want to Sell All Your “Stuff” and Start Living!

I’ve always been a big TED Talk fan, borderline addict. Actually…let me start over. Hi, my name is Derek Cobia and I am an addict. Last night, I crawled into bed at 5:30am after an all-night TED Talk binge on the topic of minimalism. I kept searching for a handful of perfect TED Talks for this post. I guess you could say I was chasing a high. Prior to last night, my TED Talk watching…

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A Change You Can Live For

Author and photographer: Zach Rubin (Check out his blog, This Persuit of Happiness) Deciding to become a full-time traveler is something that many dream about but few actually do. We often imagine it as something we “wish” we could do, or a “wouldn’t that be nice” scenario. There is little attention given to the “why” we want to do it. But for those of us who make the leap, the “why” is the whole thing. …

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Don’t Let Fear Get the Best of You

When we told everyone we were moving into an RV, we were surprised by the amount of support we received. For the most part, people were intrigued. Hour long Q&A conversations with friends and family were common. But while most were excited about our journey, others were skeptical. Along with the skeptics came doubt, worry, and fear. If you’re in the planning stages of full-time RVing, there will be pushback. Don’t let fear get the…

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