Great Expectations

Great expectations are easy to come by and hard to live with. No matter how many people tell you how much you DO NOT need when traveling on the road, it takes your own experiences to come to this realization. You don’t even have to be behind the wheel of an RV to take advantage {Read More…}

It’s in the Bag: Ready! Set! Swim!

Assembling bags for certain activities and keeping them in your traveling inventory is a huge time-saver and helps keep your rig organized. Even though it may or may not be summertime where you are traveling, keeping a bag for “swimming” is a smart move. It should be a bag that zips or snaps to close {Read More…}

Unplug Your Family

One of the biggest motivations for our crew to take our life on the road was to reconnect with each other as a family and strengthen our relationships with the Lord. I find it harder and harder to do this when so much of our day is consumed with screen time of all kinds. Smart phones, {Read More…}

5 Ways to CRUSH the Naysayers!

Anyone that has ever aspired to be anything less than traditional has been faced with discouragement in one form or another. If you live in an RV fulltime and homeschool your kids, chances are you have already traveled on Negativity Highway with friends and family members. In a world where many look to others for the measurement of {Read More…}

7 Ways to Make Your July 4th a Blast

This month’s guest post from the Road Trip Teacher reveals a few ways to take you from zero to hero on the Mom-o-meter with just a few ingredients. Head on over to the site to check out America’s #1 Destination Learning Resources. This week’s FREEBIE includes a July 4th Copywork/Study Guide combo pack (print and {Read More…}

Best RV Tips for Severe Weather

It’s that time of year all across the country when intense storms can break out at any time. June is National Safety Month, the perfect time of year to review your family’s emergency plan. The safety of our family in our rig is a priority so we recently sat down with the Roadschool 101 crew {Read More…}

The Ultimate Roadschool Guide Released

The Road Trip Teacher crew along with Fulltime Families have come together to bring the traveling community The Ultimate Roadschool Guide. This magazine is a comprehensive resource for traveling families who blend their location with the educational opportunities it provides.  The Roadschool Guide provides the information, supplies, and support needed by today’s roadschooler. A link to the April/May {Read More…}

Gas vs. Diesel Motorhome?

The differences between a gas vs. diesel motorhome stack up to more than just the difference in fuel you put in the unit. The debate is one of the first things you must decide before setting out to purchase an RV of this type. The first consideration to be made in this decision making process {Read More…}

Roadschool 101: Bird’s Eye View

We are into our second year of roadschool in our rig and we have had several awesome learning experiences on the road. But, today, Roadschool 101 in our rig has made history. By far, today’s learning road trip tops the list of our epic learning adventures on the road. A few weeks ago, we realized {Read More…}

No More Nagging! 3 Simple Words

Well it’s only the first week into my Polly Positive New Year with my INTENTIONAL plan for parenting, as well as other areas of my life. And, I want to stay in bed, in my pajamas, with a box of Whitman’s chocolates that I swear is calling my name from a sack which I hid {Read More…}

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