Tag: roadschool

5 reasons you should travel young.

People think traveling is only for the rich. That you must stay at an expensive penthouse and have room service every night to feel like you’re on vacation. Did you know traveling can be inexpensive and you don’t have to make a lot of money to see the world? People all over the world are

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Six steps on how to recover from being homesick when traveling full time.

Traveling isn’t always glamorous and can get a little redundant just like normal life in a house. Traveling isn’t also a quick fix to the issues you experience internally (for ex. anxiety or depression). There is an adjustment period when traveling that most people don’t discuss, but sometimes the feeling of being homesick creeps in and

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Much needed alone time.

You may be wondering with this adventurous lifestyle how do we get away from each other a bit? It’s great spending time together and getting to know each other, but as humans we naturally need space. Getting space from each other allows us to clear our thoughts and refuel to be our full and best

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Saying Goodbye.

When we left our subdivision we waved goodbye to our neighbors into a world of  the unknown and it felt sad. I even shedded a few tears not because I was sad, but because I knew I was leaving memories behind and that life wouldn’t be the same going forward. We built relationships with our

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A lesson in team work.

Canoeing, a family that rows together stays together. Canoeing allows you to get out in the sun on water and see nature all around you. If you’re canoeing in a river you get to ride up on a sandbank and rest while listening to some jams with your family. The interesting fact you may not

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Don’t mistake your growing pains as a reason to give up.

I have watched several Youtube channels where the hosts experienced  mini break downs from leaving their lives behind for a life of travel. I would think how silly that was and if I had the opportunity to travel the world there is no way I would be upset over leaving my things, my job, my

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The need for change.

“The need for change bulldozed a road down the center of my mind.” – Maya Angelou Have you ever felt so disturbed and uncomfortable from the need to change that you felt like you would do anything to change your scenery? Even if it was such a bizarre and unusual idea to most people? The

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Ready, set, go! How we began a life of travel.

It’s the end of the world as we know it, we feel fine! -REM The discovery. Last year, I would’ve never guessed that we would be leaving a static, 9 to 5 corporate job making good money to explore, learn, and travel the world. I had plans to move up in the corporate world, at least

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