Pros and Cons of Having a Home Base when RVing Full Time

By Marissa | September 9, 2019

Living the RV lifestyle opens up doors for many exciting opportunities, but it also raises lots of questions. Will I miss family and friends? How do I get mail? What about visits to the doctor, dentist, and medications? How do you find a loyal mechanic? These are just a few questions you may have about…


By Less Junk More Journey | June 30, 2019

“A place for everything and everything in its place.” That’s one of the mantras to live by when traveling full-time in a tiny house on wheels. In this episode, we share tips that help us tidy up our Airstream RV and keep our journey clutter free(ish).

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

By Nathan | February 9, 2018

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,…

Will Life On the Road Make Me Happy?

By Marissa | July 25, 2017

RV life is an incredible way to live. When you look at it from a distance, people at first glance think it amazing. However, when you start to dig deeper, reality sets in. You start to think of all the things most of us would have to give up. Giving up the house and most…

What Arches National Park Taught Me About Life

By Marissa | July 11, 2017

We recently visited Arches National Park in Utah and the landscape was spectacular. Home to over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, this park is a must-see and contains the highest density of natural arches in the world! While visiting the park, I started to notice a pattern. The arches over time had changed due to harsh…


3 Reasons Minimalism is Worth the Effort

By Nathan | June 27, 2017

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”…

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

By Nathan | June 20, 2017

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.…

Our 2 Year Nomadiversary! What RV Living Taught Us After 2 Years on the Road

By Marissa | June 7, 2017

The month of May marked the end of our 2nd year on the road of full-time RV living and June kicks off year number 3! They say time flies when you are having fun, so you can imagine it is in warp speed while RV living. We are having a BLAST! I wake up each…

Why RV Living is “Worth it”

By Marissa | May 9, 2017

Living a life of travel in an RV is not always luxurious. There have honestly been times we question our sanity for making this leap. Don’t get me wrong, RV living is amazing, but it can be stressful at times. So let me explain what makes it difficult and why it is worth it! Small…

RV or Tiny Home?

By Marissa | March 27, 2017

This week we attended the Tiny House Roadshow in our hometown of Cookeville Tennessee. We love traveling, but it is also nice to get back to our roots and visit friends and family. You might be wondering why we would attend a tiny house show when #1 we are not in the market for a…