Not Good Enough

By Marissa | August 21, 2016

I have been struggling lately with not feeling good enough. I have to fight this struggle of inadequacy more often than I would like to admit. These thoughts start sneaking…

Balancing Work and Travel in an RV

By Nathan | August 15, 2016

Working while living in an RV is way different than my last 9-5 job. Having boundaries and goals set out for you at a job makes working actually a bit easier…

Typical Day of RV Living

By Marissa | August 7, 2016

We recently reached our first year of full time RV living a few months ago and what a blast! I honestly didn’t know what was in store for us and…

9 Tips for Making Pikes Peak Even More Awesome

By Marissa | July 31, 2016

Pikes Peak in Colorado is a majestic 19 mile highway, where you join the birds in the clouds as you approach the top. This mountain reaches a impressive 14,110 feet…


Traveling with a Toddler

By Marissa | July 26, 2016

We decided after the birth of our first child we wanted to spend more time together as a family. It made sense for us to downsize to make that happen.…

5 Tips to Having an Amazing Time at Great Sand Dunes National Park

By Marissa | July 18, 2016

Great Sand Dunes National Park, located in beautiful southeast Colorado, is a park like none other. This unique park contains the tallest sand dunes in North America. These amazing sand dunes line up…

Trailers, Fifth Wheels, & Motorhomes. Oh My!

By Marissa | March 18, 2016

When we made the decision to move into a camper there was one little problem…We knew nothing about camping. Neither my husband or I had grown up camping (although he…


Texas is More Than Just Barbecue – Corpus Christi, Texas

By Marissa | March 15, 2016

When I used to think of Texas, I thought of great barbecue, cowboy boots, and some awesome waterholes. The beach was not what came to my mind. But after our…


How to “Get Down” in Gruene, Texas

By Marissa | March 8, 2016

I come from a small town and consider myself a small town girl for sure. In my hometown we only had one red light until I was in high school.…


Lockhart Texas – The BBQ Capital of Texas

By Marissa | March 4, 2016

Lockhart Texas was not on our list of places to visit out west until we were told by MANY (okay ALL) Texans that we had to go there and try…


Texas Swimming Holes – Blue Hole – Jacob’s Well – Hamilton Pool

By Marissa | February 26, 2016

Texas is hot! The good Lord has a perfect plan and knew what he was doing when he gave them some amazing waterholes to cool down with. Let me tell…


5 Things to Do in San Antonio with Kids

By Marissa | February 19, 2016

San Antonio is a beautiful piece of Texas history mixed with modern city flair. Not only is this city easy on the eyes, there are so many fun things to…

The Austin Zoo

By Marissa | February 16, 2016

Since being on the road and traveling in our RV that we’ve made home sweet home, we have been to quite a few zoos these days. While in Austin, we…


The Perfect Day in Austin

By Marissa | February 9, 2016

We wanted the perfect outing in Austin Texas and with so much to do and see where does one even start? Might I suggest Zilker Park. This was one of…


What the Thinkery in Austin Got Me Thinking About

By Marissa | February 5, 2016

Do you remember what it was like as a kid making a new friend? It was so exciting and a great accomplishment finding that buddy on the playground who wanted…

Keeping It Weird in Austin – Marissa’s Birthday Food & Fun Marathon

By Marissa | February 2, 2016

One of the most exciting benefits of a traveling lifestyle is you can choose when and where you want to be at a certain time of the year. This really…


State Park Camping Pros/Cons – McKinney Falls State Park

By Marissa | January 29, 2016

State and National Parks offer some of the most beautiful camping experiences that you will encounter. This type of camping is like no other and allows the public to camp…


Discovering Dallas – Things to Do in Dallas Texas

By Marissa | January 22, 2016

Waking up in a new city is an exciting feeling. I look out the window and see a different view from the comfort of our RV home and the day…


Working Out on the Road

By Marissa | January 19, 2016

Working out and staying healthy on the road while traveling does make it a little more difficult to stay in shape. Especially as a mom, we are always on the…


5 Reasons Florida Keys is Worth the Drive

By Marissa | January 1, 2016

The best part of traveling is not only meeting new people on our travels, but reconnecting with old friends. As part of our honeymoon over three years ago, my husband…

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