Living in an RV full-time is something that some people might find difficult. In other words, some might wonder just how anyone could give up living in a sticks and bricks home and choose to live their life on the road. However, these people are far from crazy, in fact, they could be characterized more as fun-loving, out-of-the-box thinking adventurous types. Of course, selling all your belongings and giving up your comfortable life, with the intention of living full-time in an RV, is risky, but it’s a risk that can be very rewarding, if you are so inclined. An RV lifestyle is not meant for everyone, nevertheless, it can provide a life full of adventures, challenges, and the exploration of great new places.
If you are dreaming about the life of a digital nomad, you should know that you will have to make some big lifestyle changes. These changes will likely result in a lot of stress and distraction. When you have a family, the planning will be even more challenging. Below you will find a few tips on how to get ready for your new life on the road.
Traveling indefinitely is a huge lifestyle change, but something that can seriously enrich your heart, mind, and soul. Travel can help you to learn about different cultures and let you immerse yourself in them. It can help you to cultivate things like empathy and communication. Also, it can help you to live a higher quality of life and become a better person in general!
So, what do you need to do/know so you can travel indefinitely with peace of mind? Read on to find out.
Traveling internationally is exciting, but a little scary at the same time. Foreign language, foreign food, and a foreign culture are all things to consider when traveling to another country. Fortunately, I have partnered with some other expert travel writers to bring you this list of great advice on traveling internationally. So, grab your passport and get ready for adventure.
Road trips are fun and exciting while also being exhausting and long. Bringing the kids along might mean even more pit stops, but it can also be a time to get excited about where you’re going and what you’ll be doing. Make getting there, just as fun as being there. After almost three years of driving around the U.S., I feel like I have some experience in this area and with the help of many other expert traveler writers, we bring you this list of nine ways to make road trips a breeze.
Eating cheap when you’re on vacation doesn’t have to be a bad thing. There are many ways to get great meals for less, even when you’re traveling. So, if you can manage to save a few bucks on food, it means you’ll have more money to spend doing cool stuff. And, most importantly, making great memories with your family.
With the help of many expert family travel writers, I have compiled this wonderful list of 11 ideas for eating cheap in order to save you a few dollars on food during your next family vacation. Don’t forget to check out the other articles in our Planning a Family Vacation series.
So, you’ve chosen your destination, planned out your transportation, booked the accommodations, and decided on what to do, now you’ve got to pack. All those clothes and gear you’ll need certainly won’t pack itself. Good thing for you, several experienced travelers, including myself, have put together this list of 13 amazing packing tips and tricks to help you prepare for your next family vacation.
If you’re looking for family fun and sunshine then you can’t go wrong with Miami. Located in South Florida there’s a reason why this beautiful part of the world is called the sunshine state.This scenic city is home to the rich and famous, but is also popular with families wanting to have a relaxing vacation, thanks to its stunning views and plenty of family friendly attractions. Here are just five things you should consider doing that will make your trip even more special!