This coming May, we will mark our third nomadiversary of being on the road together.
Over the past three years we have vastly simplified our lives. We have experimented with, refined, and tweaked our little RV into our ideal travel vessel. We have become skilled at off-grid living. We have learned to set a travel pace that balances mobility and stability. We have become proficient at social media and networking that leads us to constantly being blessed in meeting amazing, inspiring people. We’ve learned to live a life rich in experience for little financial cost. And we have become masters at inviting serendipity into our lives.
We set out to create a lifestyle of full time mobility that felt long term sustainable. One that could last until we no longer felt called to it.
We have been successful at accomplishing this goal.
Except for one problem that is creeping in:
Our current lifestyle has grown too easy.
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