August 14, 2022 Setting out on the Tree Trek Zip Line & Obstacle Course I took the week off. I’ve had it planned for months since it was the week before Louie starts middle school. We wanted time together to prepare and for orientation and family time before the busy routine. I also have some … Continue reading A Week Off – Conquering Fear, Saving Money & Starting a New Year
August 5, 2022 If you are like me, you are always looking for ways to make routine tasks simpler, especially on those unexpected days. As a teacher and a busy parent, these happen all too often. And since we RV often, this can be a very helpful tool on travel days to have one less … Continue reading Eat Daily On a Budget with This Once a Week Habit
August 2, 2022 QR codes will vary in design, like a fingerprint Whenever I can find something that will make my teaching life better, I am all for learning it. So when I learned about generating QR codes several years ago, and figured out how to apply them in my classroom, I was thrilled! If … Continue reading Talk Less Using This Simple Technology Trick
July 29, 2022 Dreamboards remind us of our goals You miss 100% of the goals you don't go for. But in this fast paced world, it is easy to lose sight of where we are going or what we are doing, even if we have a good plan. We need to have a goal to … Continue reading Stop Failing and Start Achieving – Dreamboards
July 26, 2022 With the start of the new school year rapidly approaching, I wanted to welcome all the new educators out there! Whether you are newly graduated and starting your first career, or becoming an educator from another career, you are in for an adventure! If you've been a educator before, maybe some of … Continue reading Welcome Back, Educators & Welcome, New Educators – Advice From A Veteran
We learned the hard way that those adorable RV renovations we saw didn't work for our family.
July 19, 2022 I think the only thing I see my students dread more than school is getting negative feedback or in trouble for mistakes. And I can't blame them. I've been that teacher and parent that harped on the mistakes, ranting and making a big deal of it. It made them afraid to talk … Continue reading Learning To Look Forward
July 15, 2022 Travel days when RVing can be challenging, and many people know about checklists and use them, as well as tricks for Stow and Go habits to avoid damage or slow downs. We have found there are 5 things we can do before we even start our travel day that have helped us … Continue reading 5 Habits for Travel Days
July 12, 2022 I was born in Texas in summer, grew up in Florida, returned here after 5 years away in the Air Force, and now RV in Florida. In my travels, I have tent camped in summer along the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S., RV'd around Texas in summer in a small travel trailer … Continue reading When It’s Just Too Hot – Tips for Staying Cool, in the RV or Elsewhere
July 8, 2022 In the few months we’ve been on this journey, I have heard that phrase more than once. We had dreamed of traveling in an RV full-time, or most-time, for years. We had also dreamed of living elsewhere in Florida, but wasn't sure where to go, based on weekends and day trips, and … Continue reading I Keep Hearing ‘You’re Living My Dream’ – What’s Stopping You?