Finding Your Way to Positivity

Creating a state of mind that is kind, upbeat, and non-judgmental allows all your personal interactions to become non-competitive, non-confrontational, and supportive decreasing stress in your life. The added benefit is that you will become more closely allied with the people with whom you interact allowing you access to their support and knowledge and, in turn, they yours.

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A Bit of Generosity

We all see cars broken down from time to time, but do we calm our lives for that moment and think about what we can do to be of service? I am sure you can say you have lent a helping hand at least once in your life. Do you do it enough? Is this service a vital part of your existence? Since we began our adventure almost a year ago, we shifted our focus from “us” as individuals to a focus on the world “around” us. By living a service-driven life, we are better people. And by being better people, we can make the world a better place

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Abundance is Everywhere

The full-time RV life has allowed us to live intentionally and by living intentionally, we are able to appreciate the smallest of treasures. Our $10 gift from Source will be forever burned into our memory as is our appreciation for the amazing abundance that surrounds us every day. We keep that bill inside one of our cabinets that we use often to remind us of this lesson.

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Ready To Discover The Truth?

A big part of becoming nomads was centered on living more, being free, rekindling old friendships and creating new ones along the way. For us, our society has become so removed from what matters. So what matters? People do. People are what hold us together and those connections grow us in unexpected ways. When I first considered my motivations, I had no idea what the universe had in store for me.

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Should I Jump?

The point is it is okay to have a bad day, terrible attitude, or to fail miserably at whatever we are trying to accomplish. What matters is for us to recognize that the bad moment will pass and we cannot give up. Don’t let that “bump in the road” change your life. The thing about “bumps” is we always get over them. It is inevitable.

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Do All the Roses Smell Good?

Of course, I believe living in an RV is perfection, but true happiness and enjoyment while you live in a “sticks and bricks” home are absolutely achievable. The point of our quest is simply to explore more, live according to our terms, and to take time to enjoy life. The formula is easy and achievable by all. You do not need wealth, special gear, or access to exquisite natural beauty. What you do need is the right attitude.

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Shaping Your Life Path

When we drive across the country, I find myself thinking about my attitude about life. Yes, I spend a considerable amount of time in contemplation. It is a habit I developed as a coping mechanism for how I manage my MS. Why do I think so much? Am I wasting time? How does it help me?

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How to Calm the Hustle & Bustle

Even though we travel full time in our RV, it is easy for us to get lost in all the details that consume our daily life. You may think that life is stress free for us, and we do not have a care in the world. But just like you, we have bills to pay, a house to clean, doctor appointments, kid duties, our relationship to tend to, and so much more. I have to remind myself that I need to be present and enjoy the life we have chosen.

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Finding Inspiration in Everyday Life

I have always been drawn to the consideration of inspiration in my life. Wayne Dyer showed me that even the word, inspiration, means “in-spirit” which I like very much. When you are in-spirit, I believe, everything that you need falls into your lap. The right person, the book you needed, the information you were seeking, the money to get started, all fall into your grasp because you are following your bliss. Sounds very neat and tidy but I know that you have experienced this in your own life. 

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