Posts Tagged ‘freedom’

The Story of My Perfect Morning

My not so sunny view for sun salutations.

I’m not going to let guilt over my good fortune stop me from embracing my blessings.


How Feminism (And Other Isms) Should On Us

Feminists can still love shoes

Don’t let any -ISM bully you into pursuing a passion that isn’t yours.


7 Things I Love About Living in an RV

Living in an RV was never the dream. The towable home was merely a means to an end, a necessary adjustment for a family of four that wanted to travel although they didn’t have a hefty savings with which to do it. The RV was going to be cheaper than staying in hotels and provide […]


What It’s Really Like Living on the Road

I had the strangest encounter in San Diego earlier this month while attending BlogHer. On more than one occasion, a blogger who had been following my family’s cross-country road trip pulled me aside, lowered her voice, and asked, “so tell me what it’s really like.” The conspiratory tone was as common as the squeals and […]


Two Months on the Road

It’s official. We’ve been traveling for two months. For two months, we’ve been living in an RV, moving from town to town, making our way up the East Coast of the United States. For two months, we’ve shared a small living space, a space where we sleep, eat, work, and play together. A space that […]