3 Simple and Delicious Boondocking Meals

There is something so delightful about cooking in my RV Kitchen, it’s my moment to relax and get creative while boondocking in beautiful natural spaces. While traveling, we might miss having some of our favorite meals from back home. I wanted to share some of my favorite easy and delicious boondocking recipes in this article. Also, feel free to add or substitute ingredients based on your preferences. Read More

Favorite Free Boondocking Sites Across the Country

With the freedom to camp in so many places off-grid, you can take your camper almost anywhere. But what are the best of the best places to boondock? In this article, I wanted to share my personal list of favorite boondocking spots I’ve explored so far. Read More

How to be a Good Boondocking Neighbor

There you are, you found a perfect camping site! You researched online and found a gorgeous boondocking site on BLM Land. Your camper is prepped and you have everything you need to have a great time. As you scope out the perfect place to park, you notice other campers nearby. You wonder, how do I introduce myself to my camping neighbors? How can I keep my camping area in tip-top shape? In this article, I wanted to share some of the ways I learned how to be a good boondocking neighbor. Read More

6 Boondocking Basics

When I decided to go into RV Living full-time, I wanted the flexibility to stay in places for an extended period of time without hookups. And because of that, I’m able to save more money and have a variety of places to camp all across the country. Boondocking gives you more flexibility than relying on a camping spot at popular campgrounds with hookups. Read More

Planning a Cross-Country RV Road Trip

Whenever I open up Google Maps, I get excited because I know that I have a whole world to explore. This year I did my first solo road trip across the country from Northern California all the way to my hometown in Pennsylvania. Hitting the open road and discovering new places gave me a deep sense of pride and appreciation for America. From finding a beautiful campground that takes your breath away, to trying amazing food from a mom-and-pop shop in a small town, to making connections with people we meet along the way. There is always something grand about exploring the open road. Read More

Guide to Planning an RV Trip on One Tank of Gas

Believe it or not, you can do a lot of traveling on one tank of gas. It might seem like a challenge, but you would be amazed at what you can discover if you prepare and plan your next trip accordingly. In this article, I want to give you my guide on how to plan a one-tank trip without breaking the bank! Read More


Best Boondocking Gadgets for a Comfortable Camping Experience

Having the right equipment while boondocking can make a world of difference. Making your stay out in nature more comfortable is key to a great experience.

In this article, I wanted to share with you some of my top boondocking gadgets and gear that I cannot live without. Read More

Keeping Your RV in Tip-Top Shape while Exploring the Country

I recently did a 2,500 mile cross country roadtrip in my Majestic 19g RV. It was an experience of a lifetime, going through the sunkissed deserts of the West, the majestic Rocky Mountains that take your breath away, to the lush green forests of the Atlantic Coast. All with the weather changing every moment. Thankfully, I was able to get there with zero breakdowns, leaks, or blowouts. All thanks to keeping up with my RV’s maintenance. I’m excited to share some of the ways I keep my RV in tip-top shape while exploring the country. Read More


The Local Nomad: How to Build Connections in a Small Town

It’s important to build connections in places that leave an impression and you feel like there’s something for you there. And with this nomadic lifestyle, we have the opportunity to explore those feelings and see if a place is a right fit. By taking my time to stay in a town I like, I now have more places I enjoy revisiting all around the country. It also might be a spot I decide I want to build roots. In this article, I want to give you some ideas on how to become a local nomad and build connections in a new town. Read More

Find your Nomad Tribe: Connecting with Community on the Road

Embarking on your journey as a nomad can be an exciting, life-changing experience. It’s made even better when you can share it with people that also have the same level of love and excitement for the lifestyle.

Most of my travels have been visiting family and friends while introducing them to this way of living. Maybe some of you can relate when I say this, there is only so much our conversations can go because they aren’t living the same lifestyle. Which is fine, we all have different paths we must lead. Read More

Lifestyle & Cats

Take a Risk, Follow Your Bliss - My RV Journey

If you don’t take a risk and follow your intuition, you’ll never know what you’re capable of. For years, I worked hard to have the “American Dream”, which led me to living in a busy city juggling all the hats I had. Often, I would feel burnt out and not have the energy to do the things I loved most. I was comfortable but also stagnant. It got to the point where I dreaded going to work and commuting, which I knew wasn’t healthy for my mental or physical state. Read More

6 Tips for Staying Grounded While on the Road

When traveling, it comes with the responsibility to choose your own adventure. And that level of freedom, at times, can be overwhelming. So many unknowns can happen in a blink of an eye. Things can change in an instant no matter how much you prepare. Being solo on the road has taught me that unexpected things can and will happen. I learned that it’s valuable to know how to keep calm when life happens. In this article, I want to share some of the ways I keep grounded when traveling. Read More

How to Train Your Cat to Enjoy RVing

RVing with your furry friend can bring so many rewarding experiences and memories. You get to see the world together, experience many “firsts” with them, and not feel alone. I travel solo with my cat Indigo in a small Class C RV. I feel like our bond has grown closer since hitting the road. Even with the unexpected turns and twists life brings us, we have each other and she shows me in her own way she appreciates this experience as much as I do. Read More

Let’s Get Cozy! How to Make Your RV Feel like Home

When I first bought my RV, my goal was to make my space feel like home. So no matter what’s happening outside, I would feel warm, safe, and relaxed inside my RV. I’ve realized the key to making my RV feel like home is coziness. Coziness is all about setting a mood and can compliment any home decor style. Coziness is a feeling of warmth, comfort, and security. Like snuggling in a warm blanket on a cold rainy night. In this article, I wanted to share the art of making your home on wheels feel cozy. Read More

Travel & Exploration

Camping off the Beaten Path & Discovering Unique Campsites

RV camping across the country can be an exciting way to see the world and experience a new place from the comfort of your RV. But planning where to camp can be an overwhelming task at times. The more I travel across the United States, the more I’m discovering hidden campsites and gems that are often overlooked and underbooked. In this article, I wanted to share with you some tools I use to find great camping sites off the beaten path. Read More

BYOB: Bring Your Own Bike – exploring the open road on two wheels

With gas prices soaring and plans changing due to an unpredictable economy, a lot of us are thinking of creative ways to get around while traveling in our campers. Last year, I chose to use a small foldable electric bike as my second mode of transportation. It’s given me a way to get exercise daily, run errands and save on gas while exploring places with ease. Read More

International Tiny Home Travel in England

The best part of traveling is doing something unexpected and having it be the highlight of your adventure. This year, I parked my home on wheels for 3 weeks (at my family’s house) and took a plane ride across the pond to beautiful England. I went to visit another avid traveler who I have traveled with before in my RV. This time, we planned a road trip across the English Countryside, staying in cottages, bungalows, and hotels along the way. Read More

Top 5 Unexpectedly Perfect Travel Destinations of 2021

When I started my cross-country road trip from California to Pennsylvania and back, I made the choice to explore parts of America that people don’t often go to. To my surprise, some of my favorite travel destinations were towns that aren’t often talked about but have the most authentic things to see and do. Today, I wanted to share with you the list of my favorite travel spots for 2021. I hope you are inspired to add some of these spots to your travel destinations. Read More