It's Friday! That means it's Q&A time. Today we cover:
We've been living full-time in our 30-foot travel trailer for an entire month now.
In today's show, I share with you what's been working, what's good, and what's not.
On today's show, I bring you an interview with Scott and Susan. I think of them as "accidental early retirees."
About two decades ago they bought a sailboat, intending to travel for a year. They wound up spending a decade sailing the world together. And then for the last decade, they've traveled all around the USA, living full-time in their RV.
In Part 1 of this interview we discuss their story--the plan, the money, and the lifestyle.
In Part 2 of this interview we will discuss Scott's small business and the technology that they use that keeps them on the road full-time.
There are many, many successful, educated, high-earning people who are making unusual life decisions. My guests on today's show are following that pattern in their own life and they're also investigating many, many others who are pursuing unusual courses of action.
Today we speak with Chris and Cristi Moody, successful professionals who moved out of their penthouse Manhattan apartment and into a 72-square-foot cargo van.
I'm very happy to be podcasting to you today from the road! We have officially hit the road and are on our trip.
The last two weeks have been a tiring blur. Our tow vehicle was stolen 5 days before we were scheduled to leave on our full-time RV trip!
In today's show, I share a bit of the story with you as well as my own philosophy on how to negotiate the Good/Cheap/Fast triangle.
Lots of people wind up living in their cars out of extreme financial stress. But today, I'm going to share with you a few of my strategies for living in your car for fun.
I've never lived in my car for a long period of time, but I have done it for up to two weeks. And, living (or more accurately staying/camping?) in your car can be:
You should seriously consider it. And I'm here today to tell you why and how to do it well.