Over the last six years this blog has documented our own personal experiences while living, working and dreaming on the road. From the moment we pitched our Northern California lifestyle to potential business buyers, to documenting our annual workamping gigs, we write about the personal, the technical and other things that directly affect our life as a full-time RVing couple.
With over five years of full-timing experience under our belts, last fall I felt confident enough to pitch RV Life Magazine an idea for a column about living and working on the road.
RV Life liked it enough to kindly allow me my first official, regular column in their 30 year-old West Coast publication called “On the Road For Good.”
Recently I began writing a weekly blog for RV Life, called The Fulltiming Nomad. Every Sunday I’m covering more technical topics that aspiring, new and veteran RVers will find useful. From “blue duties and pink duties” to making friends wherever you go, I’m utilizing this blog to dive into the nitty gritty aspects of converting from a stationary life to a mobile one.
We’ll use this space to continue writing about the more personal aspects of our full-timing life, but if you’re looking for more “How To Full-Time RV” tips, I hope you’ll follow along with me every Sunday at The Fulltiming Nomad.