I have been stretching myself lately, attending conferences from NYC to LA to fill my mind with information and my soul with inspiring connections. Last month, I attended WITS (Women in Travel Summit) and met the most amazing women who travel the world. I loved this conference because the women were so welcoming and excited to meet each other. I was honored to be interviewed by a lovely woman named Astrid, who writes about family travel on her website The Wandering Daughter.
What Inspired us to Live in an RV with Kids
For us, we came to a place in our marriage that wasn’t working. My husband and I have known each other since we were eleven. We had a lot of background together and got married really young. As the years went by, we were kind of pulled in different directions. And then we just reached a point in our marriage where it was going really bad, and we didn’t know if we were going to stay together.
For two years we did really intense counseling, and when we were done with that, we realized that we needed to pull out of our life as we knew it. Because when you are so used to routine, and so used to the environment that you’re in, it’s hard to make changes. We were living in northern Minnesota at the time, and decided we would sell the house.
Read more about what motivated us to live this life, how we encourage our kids’ passions in our schooling, and how crazy we were in our survival mode of not planning before we took off on this adventure at The Wandering Daughter!