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5 Life Changing Attitudes I Learned from 5 Years of Nomadic Living

April Fools Day is a monumental day in our family. I am fortunate enough to say that today on April 1, 2020, my family and I are officially 5 years nomadic. But what does that mean? Why should we celebrate? Nomadic is a soft term.  For us, 2 of those years were full-time travel, 4 …

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The Things You Do For Love: How To Find Balance When Your Spouse Doesn’t Like Traveling

I love everything (at least that’s what Victor will tell you I say). Climb 5000 feet in a hike … love it! Get scared on a rock wall … love it!  A new town to figure out and learn … love it!  A bottle of wine and sheep cheese from a local farmer … love …

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Nomad Life: Seeing is Believing

  Before I was a nomad I was a “regular homeschooler”, which meant my mom made me learn about traditional subjects like English, math, science, history, and my favorite—geography. I was intrigued by geography and still am to this day. I liked learning about different places and what they were like.  I was interested in …

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