Well, we did it. We drove 24 hours three weekends in a row to make the trip from Phoenix, Arizona to Portland, Maine. Jon worked during the week and drove during the weekends. We shifted three time zones and we still don’t want to get out of bed. Also, the list of repairs has grown […]
Family RV Living
Family RV living is one of the challenges we discuss on Something Like Marriage, our relationship and marriage podcast recorded in the back of our rolling box. Our episodes focus on loving yourself, creating a healthy relationship, and sharing it all in your parenting. We love our community and enjoy meeting such adventurous souls as we travel.
We spent a couple of weeks preparing to roll out of Arizona. We had a list on the refrigerator that listed things like – pump up tires, replace an air conditioner, change oil, and fill the crack in the windshield. The moment we started rolling away, I opened up the window to feel the wind […]
I think I am in perimenopause. I am experiencing a sudden burning from the inside that spreads like fire and I try to put it out by removing blankets or dousing myself in water. And by dousing myself in water, I mean the underside of my boobs sweat so much that they leave a pattern […]
In this episode of our relationship podcast Something Like Marriage, we discuss the challenges of RV living with kids. As we discussed last week there are many benefits to RV living, however, as with any lifestyle, there are also challenges. Bonus points for living in a small space with kids (you know who you are)! Living […]
I was in the corner shower, the one that has enough room for one person to stand in. If you want to turn around, you place your arms either straight down in a straight jacket or above your head like a ballerina and turn between the shower nozzle by your nose and the scrunchy behind […]
In this episode of our relationship podcast Something Like Marriage, we discuss the benefits of RV living with kids. Our plan was to sell our life and live in a motorhome for only one year after the sale of our house. We soon realized that raising our children in a small space encouraged us to become […]