Are you interested in traveling full-time and curious how expensive Roadschooling is? Inquiring minds want to know if Roadschooling is expensive and do you need a budget. I will do my best to answer these questions. Road schooling is when you travel and do school on the road incorporating museums, historical sites, zoos, aquariums, and national parks into your curriculum. Sometimes we include online classes, summer camps, 4-H, co-op, or even field trips with local Continue reading →
Our family uses the Five Christmas Gifts rule for our teenagers. As my kids have become older and more mature buying gifts has become harder and harder. So I implemented a system that has worked great since we hit the road. Our house is only 350 square feet and space is limited. Each child gets to pick five gifts. We like this rule because it helps you stay on budget and get real things that Continue reading →
Christmas is almost upon us and I have created a Christmas gift every parent who travels full-time would love. We have been traveling for over three years so I feel like we know what every Fulltime Family needs. These are gifts that we already have or want this Christmas season. Christmas gifts for Mom Handmade Jewelry from Amazon: Instant Pot – I couldn’t live without our IP. This cool tool will cook frozen spaghetti meatballs Continue reading →
These are 15 things we have learned while traveling full-time in an RV. Honestly guys this is just meant to be fun and makes me laugh every time I think about them. When we started three years ago traveling full time we had never camped before. So you can only imagine how much we have learned. So enjoy! Who needs a stick and brick (S&B) house because your home is where you park our RV Continue reading →
Hershey Rv Show is 13 football fields of RV Heaven. More RVs than I have ever seen at one time. There were so many RVs to visit we had to go for three days just to see everything. Then we were so tired we took a day off to just hang out at home and went again on the last day just for a couple of hours to see our favorites. Picking out the right Continue reading →
You Unschool and your friends and family don’t approve, How do you deal with them? If you have chosen to take the road less traveled and homeschool your child be ready to run into those that do NOT approve. Even harder is the road of a Unschooler or Roadschooler. Trust me I know from experience. So how do you deal with these people? There are three roads you can take and sometimes it depends on Continue reading →
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