Posts by Nathan

We Get There…But Sometimes It’s a Bumpy Road

Growing up, my family’s main vacation time each year was a two week stretch in the summer. Each summer, all five of us would load up and drive across the country from Tennessee to see what we could discover. But we rarely left the pavement. Whether it was a National Park, National Monument, theme park,…

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Top 5 Things To Do in Moab, Utah

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Few destinations like Moab exist. And even though Moab itself is incredible, it’s not just the city that makes it such an awesome area. Within 30 minutes of Moab, you can explore Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Dead Horse Point State Park. If you want to venture just a bit further, Goblin Valley…

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3 Reasons Minimalism is Worth the Effort

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Minimalism is all the craze today. Much like my MC Hammer beach pants in elementary school, the word “minimalism” could just be a fad, but I do believe the concept of minimalism is here to stay. What is minimalism in a nutshell? To me, minimalism is saying “no” to good things so you can say “yes”…

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Life Lessons from a Father Who Cried His First Day of RVing

I’ve always tried to not envision myself a certain way as I’ve gone through life. Thank goodness I didn’t see my future self as a filthy rich entrepreneur with six-pack abs at 37 years old. If you lift up my shirt or check my bank account, you’ll quickly see that neither of these have come true.…

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A Penny Saved…

I’ve been reading a book called the Slight Edge. The focus of the book revolves around a parable told at the beginning of the book involving 2 sons and their dying father. On his deathbed he gives his sons two options: Receive 1 million dollars today or Receive a penny a day doubled every day for…

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