Hinnant Family Vineyards – Harvest Host

November 26, 2022 While traveling recently, we had a long drive between destinations, so made use of our Harvest Host/Boondocker's Welcome Membership and stopped for an overnight stay at Hinnant Family Vineyards. This is a beautiful location conveniently located just off of I-95 in central North Carolina. They have an easy to access parking area … Continue reading Hinnant Family Vineyards – Harvest Host

Travel Tip: Use the Visitor’s Center

November 23, 2022 There is so much that goes into planning any kind of travel, that it can be overwhelming, especially to RVers that may not have any connections to an area. Finding places to camp, access to groceries, laundry, internet and other amenities, as well as things to do in the area are all … Continue reading Travel Tip: Use the Visitor’s Center

Dealing with Laundry in RV Life

November 2, 2022 The large capacity machines cost more, but fit a week of clothes for 3 into one machine, and a week of towels and bedclothes into a second machine I have always hated doing laundry, which is ironic, since I love everything clean--especially clean sheets to sleep on. I'll admit, the night before … Continue reading Dealing with Laundry in RV Life

Eliminating Micro-Decisions Improved My Daily Life

October 11, 2022 In a 24/7 fast-paced world, it can be a challenge to keep up with all of our demands, let alone slow down. But this was something I had to do for my mental health and for my family since the speed of life was just too fast. I had ventured into the … Continue reading Eliminating Micro-Decisions Improved My Daily Life

Should You Customize Your RV?

October 7, 2022 When I first ventured into the RV life, I watched a lot of videos and read a lot of blogs from social media. There are some beautifully customized RVs that people have shared that are inspiring. But should you customize yours? Here are some things to ask yourself before you do. AGE … Continue reading Should You Customize Your RV?

Back to Normal is Too Busy

September 27, 2022 I have been a busy person since I started working. I have fleeting memories of perpetual boredom in my childhood, but since I started working as a volunteer at 15, I have none. A few years ago I started teaching virtually and was able to eliminate some tasks, only to fill my … Continue reading Back to Normal is Too Busy

RV’ing – Renting a Lifestyle

September 16, 2022 Many people dream of the RV lifestyle, whether it is visions of short or long term, full time, seasonal or weekend travel. It can be challenging to find an RV that meets all the needs, let alone all the wants, and that isn't even factoring in the cost of that RV. Some … Continue reading RV’ing – Renting a Lifestyle

Virtual Teaching – A Week in the Life

September 13, 2022 I often get asked what it is like to work from home, work as a virtual teacher, or work as a virtual teacher in an RV. With any job, in or out of the house, finding balance can be tricky, especially if one can spill over into the other--and especially if you … Continue reading Virtual Teaching – A Week in the Life

A Week Off – Conquering Fear, Saving Money & Starting a New Year

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

Eat Daily On a Budget with This Once a Week Habit

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