Traveling full time leads to many changes in lifestyle, but you will still need an income to pay the bills. Even if you manage to pay off all your debt and own everything outright, there will still be monthly and yearly bills. Making money while traveling isn’t impossible though it isn’t easy. There are lots of get rich quick schemes that will try to part you from your hard earned dollars. Hidden among these shady endeavors is work that actually allows you to earn money while traveling. These gigs and positions will send you paychecks no matter where you are at in the world. Here are just a few examples to help you on your way.
Exploring 48 State Capitols: The Numbers Our family tour of the continental U.S. took us see all 48 capitol buildings, which has been an incredible experience. When we started out on our adventure to explore the continental U.S. (over 4 years ago), we had no idea how long it would take or what we would … Read more
Have you ever considered becoming a camp host or doing some work camping? Are you concerned that having kids might make you a less desirable candidate? In this article I will discuss some of the camp hosting pros and cons and how having kids affects these opportunities.
Camp hosting and work camping are not the same thing exactly. Camp hosting means that you are responsible for duties within the campground exclusively, while work camping may involve other duties, such as maintenance of facilities or working in the office. As a camp host, you will most likely be responsible for cleaning campsites, enforcing campground rules, and other camp related duties.
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.
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.
When you live in less than 400 square feet, the last thing you need is more stuff. We all want to celebrate the holidays though. So, how do we make holidays special while trying not to accumulate more stuff? Read this list of great Easter ideas for anyone trying to limit the stuff and maximize the fun!
Unique Easter Basket Ideas
Get creative with your Easter ideas for Easter baskets this year. After all, how many Easter baskets can one RV really use? If you put your kids Easter morning treats inside something useful, it makes it so much more exciting. The basket becomes part of the fun when its more than just a basket. Here are some cool ideas for unique Easter baskets you can use.
For me, planning out our sightseeing adventure at our next destination is the best part about travel planning, but can possibly be the most difficult part too. Every destination we have traveled to always has so many amazing things to see and do that it is impossible to fit everything in. So then, how do we pick and choose between all the many options? Keep reading to learn from some expert travel writers our 15 tips for sightseeing with kids.
Finding the perfect accommodations for your next family vacation doesn’t have to be difficult. With this list of 10 tips you’ll be on the right track for finding the best place for your family to stay so that you can thoroughly enjoy your vacation. With the help of several other expert family travelers we have come up with these 10 tips for finding the perfect accommodations to make your vacation planning simple.
Transportation is probably the most expensive part of any vacation. Airfare, rental cars, taxis, ferry’s, these all cost money and when you have a family can become expensive quickly. There are plenty of ways to save money on the transportation piece of the vacation puzzle. Like Tiffany at Mommy And Me Travels says “saving money on transportation is like art; you must have patience and creativity.” Read these eight ways to save money on transportation that I have compiled from myself and several other experienced travelers from around the globe. Start saving so you can keep traveling!