How to Maintain a Healthy Work/RV Life Balance

RVs are not just used by vacation-goers anymore. Nearly one-million Americans use their RV as a primary residence (RVIA). The RV lifestyle continues to become more attainable as remote job opportunities increase. 29 percent of respondents indicated they had worked from an RV in 2020, and 42 percent said they intended to do so in…

Try to Think About Elvis, Memphis, and Family Fun!

So, this past week has been extremely exciting in my semi-boring life. My hometown, Memphis, received the largest amount of snowfall that I remember getting in my entire lifetime. The Ice Storm of ’94 was a memorable event on its own, but that was all ice and hardly any snow. We accrued approximately 10-12 inches…

The Do’s and Don’ts of RV Travel

I had a really great conversation with a few RVers on Clubhouse this past week. Together, we came up with a list of items that have become the Dos and Don’ts of RV Travel. DO Plan a rough timeline/schedule but be flexible RV Travel isn’t just about planning how you want to get from point…

How to Feel at Home When You’re On The Road

Life on the road is great. With the wind in your hair, you travel from one amazing destination to another. There’s nothing ahead of you but the wide-open road, and you feel as free as a rambling traveler. But what life on the road offers in terms of liberty, it often lacks in the comforts…

15 RV Websites You Need to Know About in 2021

Constant stress and strain can lead to serious health problems and diseases. It’s no wonder that nearly 47 million people packed up and went camping last year. The fresh air, sunshine, natural views and quiet help ease the pains of modern life and bring people closer. If you’re ready to break out of your city…

Roadtripping with a DVT

This past year really has been a doozie for me. Not only with COVID-19, quarantines, and the travel restrictions that came along with that. In late April, I also found myself in a leg cast with some pretty serious complications (a DVT)! I still have a long way to go before I am “healed” but…

Scenic Byway – The Great River Road

The river moves, but it follows a path. When it tires of one journey, it rubs through some rock to forge a new way. Hard work, but that’s its nature. Kekla Magoon This is a really cool scenic road. In fact, September is officially “Drive the Great River Road” month. Part of this road runs…

Hot Springs, Arkansas… a Natural Choice for Family Fun

Hot Springs, Arkansas has been the destination of choice for my family for many years. This town has something for everyone. I am always finding something new and exciting to try out. Here are a few of my top picks for family-fun activities. The Alligator Farm See ya later Alligator! The Arkansas Alligator Farm and…

Play Like A Kid Again in Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville, NC is a beautiful tourist destination full of life and excitement! It is the perfect destination to take the entire family, these are only a few of the many amazing activities and restaurants that the city has to offer that are family-friendly! Pisgah National Forest The Pisgah National Forest covers over 500,000 acres of…

Cowboy Take Me Away… on the Three Sisters Motorcycle Ride!

Ranch Roads 335, 336, and 337 are affectionately known as the Three Twisted Sisters. The total approximate mileage for this road trip is 220 miles. We stopped for a few photo ops along the way, but the total trip was approximately 4-5 hours for us. The Three Sisters ride is thrilling whether you decide to…