If you can’t guess from the photo, the key to saving a significant amount of money for us was to live small in an Airstream travel trailer. If you’ve been reading the blog for a while, our money saving journey is no surprise, but I don’t think I’ve ever shared the amount until now. Continue reading
If I’m being honest, I’ve been pretty bummed out lately. I’ve been feeling like my country isn’t the place I thought it was. I’m not going to get too political. I try to make a real effort to keep it light, but it’s been difficult for me to keep calm and carry on, as they say. This morning I was looking for something to console me and I came across this quote by Maxine Hong Kingston: “In a time of destruction, create something.” Continue reading
Recently I was nerding out on my site, looking at some of the statistics and I noticed in my search box, someone had typed in the question: “Is an Airstream worth the money?” And like any good question, it got me thinking. Good, hard, breakthrough-in-the-shower style thinking. Is an Airstream truly worth the high price tag?
Most people think RVs and travel go hand-in-hand, but depending on your life situation, you may not be able to travel full-time. You might have a job that requires you to go to an office every day (I do!), you might have kids that go to a local school or you might simply love your home base, that’s cool too.
If you are staying put, I want to lay out some helpful tips and tricks for where to park and live in an RV– legally! Continue reading
It’s been three years living in the Airstream, so to celebrate, I had pins printed!
- These limited edition, soft enamel pins are available now on my products page.
- The pins are $13.99 for my U.S. readers and $18.99 for the International folks.
- Free shipping!
Thanks for all the support over the years.
love, love, love,
The following article is a guest post written by my friend, Mark over at RVshare.com. RV share is an exciting new service where you can book or rent out your RV! Take it away, Matt.
The tiny house movement and a substantial rise in RV sales in the last few years prove that the notion “bigger is better” is no longer a widespread virtue. People are leaning towards pairing down and minimizing. Simplifying has become the latest lifestyle trend. Continue reading